Pork Memphis Style BBQ Pork Steaks Recipe by admin May 25, 2018, 10:31 am 30 Comments Barbecue (Cuisine)cookingMemphis-style BarbecuePork Steak (Food)Pork Steak recipeRendezv...Rendezvous barbecueRendezvous BBQRendezvous Seasoning See more Previous article Raw Vegan Ratatouille! A MUST Try Recipe! Next article 5. VEGAN MEAL PREP | quick & healthy recipes 30 Comments Leave a Reply It also comes out of eastern rural kentucky boss, and yours look good Reply LOOKED GOOD!!! I LIKE THAT CHAIN MOP!!! GOTTA GET ME A COUPLE!!! Reply 32. MARKET. LA Reply Delicious looking pork steaks Rus! Reply Hello from St. Louis! 80 degrees yesterday, 34 today. Still making pork steaks tonight anyway. Reply We live 45 minutes north of Memphis. Rendezvous is an awesome place. They are famous for their ribs and rightly so, it doesn't get much better. Add a baked potato to those pork steaks and I would be a happy camper. Reply REally enjoyed the video. I live in Olive Branch, MS and go to rendevzous all the time. One of my favorite rubs and sauce.Question, Where did you get the heavy duty grates for your weber? I hate the cheap ones that came with it. Just bought a SantaMaria. Will use it Thurs for the first time. Reply We are addicted to Rendezvous Rub & Sawce. As a native Memphian, now living in SC, we import the rub. Thanks for sharing and Smokey Ribs rocks. Reply Love all your videos Russ! Thanks for sharing all the great information, new products, and awesome recipes! Please keep up all the great videos! Much respect and happy holidays to you- Sincerely Neil Webster in Central Illinois 😀 Reply Hey Kim, I'd like some too Reply nice job russ. looks killer. and i just know it tasted killer too. Reply Great video! Tiny House Creations, Chef John & Rebecca! Reply way too much work after the pork steak is already cooked Reply ive had this cut before, without all of the seasoning, and it tasted just like bacon! Reply You really out did yourself on this cook Rus…lord those pork steak's really look outstanding making my mouth water..I really enjoy your videos alot, you make grilling look so easy Reply Should have seasoned the pork steaks before grilling them….. cannot have flavor unless you add Reply kim is a wonderful person need more kims out there. person after my own heart Reply Mr. Jones, these steaks look good. Reply Awesome! Reply I bought the rub and sauce off of amazon after watching this, Reply those look amazing. you make me wanna go grill lol. love this channel. keep it up! Reply Love your channel, style, presentation, and attention to detail. I'm from Houston, and these are techniques we need to know! Reply Where can we buy that rub and sauce? Reply you've made Kim proud, sir. Reply I'm sitting here drooling, great video and terrific looking steaks. I'll bet they were delicious. A couple of questions for you; #1, What thickness is the griddle plate that you use at the beginning to seer the steaks? Is it from Weber or made locally? #2, The mop with the SS mop head head that you use to sauce the steaks, where is that from? Must be far easier to clean then other versions. Thank you and keep the great videos coming. Reply Greetings from North East Arkansas. We are only an hour north of Memphis and can get Rendezvous rub and sauce at Kroger. The rub rocks, I personally prefer Sweet Baby Rays sauce. I do love a good pork steaks, but do mine in the oven. I have to try your grill method, those pork steaks look outstanding. Reply Oh my Lord these steaks sound good. Reply what an awesome idea. I am so going to try this. Ribs as a steak is genius! Reply I agree the Rendezvous Rub and sauce is great, however, it is VERY expensive to order online and get shipped. I am glad you found someone local that could get you some quickly. And as well, I am sure you have heard of the Memphis Cheese plate, Rendezvous sprinkles the rub on their smoked sausage/cheese plate too and it is great. Reply Great videos. I have a mess of pork steaks, I'll give that a whirl. About how long did you sear them for? Also you should give are regional sauce a try, it's a marinated and basting sauce. It's called Cornell sauce or firemans chicken up here north central Pa. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.