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"Bone-in Ribeye's after halloween

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Grilled medium well using bacon grease & sauteed onion brushed. Marinated in Silver Swan soy sauce w/ Woreschestershire sauce.post-929-0-39656900-1446553384_thumb.jpg

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Medium well? That's practically burnt!

 

Looks good, but a lot of extra seasoning for my taste. When it comes to steak I'm a big fan of less is more. I do fresh ground sea salt, coarse ground black pepper and sometimes a touch of olive oil rubbed on. Target cook of medium rare but not beyond medium.

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Look delicious. Bone-In Ribeye is one of favorite cuts. Bone in Strip Steak is also very tasty. No more that medium rare for me though.

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I had my ribeyes (RARE) a couple hours before the trick-or-treaters so I wouldn't be interrupted!

 

I find the amount of gristle dramatically increased in all steaks (even/especially tenderloin) about ten years ago, what's up with that? I used to eat steak several times a week, but cut back to several times a year due to this, disappointed in the quality far too often.

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J.R. Bob we all need to search for a "Great Butcher", seriously, it makes a big difference in quality. I prefer medium rare myself, these steak's were for a neighbor who requested Med. well, I know "burnt"! Nutty.

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