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In this video, learn some basic grilling tips such as how to finish steaks on the grill.
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Hi guys, Mike Hedrick, Pit Pirate BBQ. We are grilling like a villain out here today and this is a beautiful day. Steaks are just about finished up we are going to internal temperature about of 145, which is a medium rare 164 for a medium and all. The way you could check that you can kind of push on it little bit, way to check it is called the thumb-test. What you want to do is if you put your index finger down on your thumb pad and you feel the tenderness of that right there that’s a medium rare. You take your middle finger it tightens up, that’s a medium and next finger ring finger that’s going to be the medium well. Hey, don’t ever cook it to pinky, well done I think that will be no good. Your mouth will just have something else to it, if you are going to cook your steak that far, but that will be a well done. These are at 145 and they are looking great, they are got nice grill marks on them, they should have -- they should just be wonderful, lets slice one of them up here we will just take a peek, alright guys, look at that, pink on the inside crispy, crispy on outside. 145 degrees on the internal temperature is for a medium rare we could have taken it up to 160 for medium that’s just going to be perfect. We have a got awesome day here in Virginia. We have cooked up some of the best hamburgers you could ever do, we made a bunch of hotdogs, coaster dogs, turkey dogs and all of that and we finished up with some great grilled steaks. Glad you guys have been here hanging out now its time to get done internet looking and get out and do some cooking. So, till next time, hey, let’s just be grilling like villains guys.