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Favorite cut of steak?

Younger days loved thick Porterhouse and Filet choice grade or above. Recently have found bone in Ribeye to be my favorite cut of beef
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I just like meat, porkchop, bacon, ham, hamburger, beef tips, roast beef, I like meat.
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leaving out filet of course I like prime rib or ribeye

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Ribeye.
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Filet, only. I don't like big pieces of fat or any bone in my steak, and I like it rare, so filet is the only way to go for me.
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Beef it's whats for dinner

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Ribeyes... are the Best!



I can taste it already...
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Nothing beats a nice Filet Mignon but just about anything will do. I love Porterhouse, T-Bone steaks and prime rib are always good.
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Ribeyes taste really good but I usually get the NY Strip since it's leaner. Filet is hard to beat...dayum....I'm getting hungury just posting this....
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Bone in ribeye is my favorite next is the t-bone the fat is were the flavor comes from. when I grill burgers I buy the chepest fattiest ground beef I can because that makes them oh so greasy good. That was until I found out I had high chloresterol....
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I grew up next to a cattle farm so I was pretty much rasied on great meat. anything sirlon from any restraunt minus outback blows. And I always read menus to see what kind of cuts they are, chioce, prime choice or top choice?. Anyway FAV has to be Ribeye. YUM go out and pick your cow in da morning and having the steaks for dinner is the WAY to go. Or let them aged, if you have a properly aged steak it will melt in your mouth!
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Bone in ribeye is my favorite next is the t-bone the fat is were the flavor comes from. when I grill burgers I buy the chepest fattiest ground beef I can because that makes them oh so greasy good. That was until I found out I had high chloresterol....
except for the burger thing.

I love the Ribeye and T-bone.
Burger has to be actual beef, not store bought chit. I like my burgers to be the same size after they have been cooked as they were before they were cooked.

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Prime rib or ribeye cooked medium rare
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Prime rib or ribeye cooked medium rare

With lots of Lawry's garlic salt and Montreal steak seasoning. The fat all crispy and the meat all hot and warm,at least body temp in the middle! Oh........excuse me I'm firing up the f-ing GRILL RIGHT NOW!!!!!

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With lots of Lawry's garlic salt and Montreal steak seasoning. The fat all crispy and the meat all hot and warm,at least body temp in the middle! Oh........excuse me I'm firing up the f-ing GRILL RIGHT NOW!!!!!
Are you cookin??? I'm on my way...don't forget the baked potatos!
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With lots of Lawry's garlic salt and Montreal steak seasoning. The fat all crispy and the meat all hot and warm,at least body temp in the middle! Oh........excuse me I'm firing up the f-ing GRILL RIGHT NOW!!!!!
Medium rare and I'll be therre in 15.
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I find T-Bones, Ribeyes, Delmonico's, and maybe Sirloins best for grilling. If it isn't grilled, it isn't steak!

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