Overdose of unspecified meds. Originally, I thought it was opiates. Naloxone was ineffective. The patient was clenched and couldn’t protect his own airway. No RSI here. A nasal tube was the next option.I'm curious. What were the indications to do a nasal intubation?
Pan searing with a nice butter baste is definitely the only way I cook steak now, as of two or three years ago. Never putting another steak on a grill again. The only thing I haven’t figured out yet is how to scale that up for more than a couple steaks at once.Rolled the dice on pan searing a sirloin and just opened a bunch of windows. Gamble paid off. Need a more appropriate sized cast iron skillet, but I may never put a steak on a grill after trying this way.
Went in on a quarter of a steer with some co-workers and have about 150lbs of meat coming in. Looking forward to experimenting with this.
Maybe there is a good way, but between trying to track times, keep the butter baste going, flipping, and then whatever other little things you add in, it seems like it could become a bit much after a point.Pan searing with a nice butter baste is definitely the only way I cook steak now, as of two or three years ago. Never putting another steak on a grill again. The only thing I haven’t figured out yet is how to scale that up for more than a couple steaks at once.
Pat it dry. Brown sugar, salt, pepper, steak seasoning, anything else you prefer. Get the pain nice and hot. Olive/canola/peanut oil (whatever you keep around). Put it in for 2 minutes. Flip. Butter (and rosemary, etc. If you wanna go further). 2 more minutes. Do each side once more for a minute while basting with butter. Done.I may need to learn to do this pan seating magic.
That’s pretty bad. Mine is only off by like 15 degrees and it takes about ten minutes longer than when it says it’s at temp.Man my oven sucks, I bought a new in oven thermometer (no built in one)... took an hour set at 450 to reach 425... 30 min more set to 500 to actually reach 450...