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    If I use espresso grounds should I go a little lighter or just season liberally as usual?

    Looks great.

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    That looks great I have to try that when the we thaw out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rahimlee54 View Post
    If I use espresso grounds should I go a little lighter or just season liberally as usual?

    Looks great.
    Espresso should be fine. I would just season the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike9 View Post
    That looks great I have to try that when the we thaw out.
    For some reason we are having a weather in the 70-80º temp range. We had a record low yesterday. Normally during the stock show we have cold, icy weather. Sort of like the weather we had at the Super Bowl when they played it down here a couple of years ago.

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    Did you end up using Kona or something else? I have been using the Costco Kona blend but I will probably try a darker roast next time I do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeepCSweede View Post
    Did you end up using Kona or something else? I have been using the Costco Kona blend but I will probably try a darker roast next time I do it.
    I used a French roast out of one of my k-cups. It was pretty dark. I have a picture of it in the slide show that goes with the story.

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    That looks amazing.

    I usually add a touch of brown sugar to a coffee rub. Also, grinding down the beans to dust helps texturally....
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    Quote Originally Posted by NO ChoP! View Post
    That looks amazing.

    I usually add a touch of brown sugar to a coffee rub. Also, grinding down the beans to dust helps texturally....
    I have tried grinding it fine, but I find it does not crust as well. Surprisingly I have never found the coffee to leave a bitter taste when mixed with chili powder, don't know why? But I usually skip sweet rubs with beef, but I also normally drink my coffee black...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sw2geeks View Post
    I used a French roast out of one of my k-cups.
    Scandalous!
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    That looks really, really good. Reminds me of my last time I had a steak like that at Stephen Pyles.

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