using low heat seems to dry out my steaks, but i've got friends who do it with low-heata and theirs also turn out pretty tasty.
How do you flip the steak? I never use a fork- always tongs. If you stick it, it seems to drain out more.
I cook my steaks to between medium and medium-well, and they are still very juicy, every time.
I agree with Philip on the Montreal Steak Seasoning- excellent!
I cook my steaks to between medium and medium-well
Todd is next!
another good thing to do is let the steak 'sit' for a few minutes before serving. Heat drives the juices to the outside parts of the meat. Letting it sit allows the juices to flow back towards the center, and they are not lost as fast when the meat is cut into.
-get smaller size (3" dia or less)
-roll them around in a plate of a little canola oil to coat
-salt and pepper (or other seasoning if you like)
-wrap each pototo separately in foil
-put these right on your coals or as close as you can get
I'd say at least 45 minutes. poke with fork, they are done when tender.
I do asparagus same, except no foil, and cook on the grate. They cook in a few minutes.