Ok, T-bone or Prime Rib

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Egads I love a GOOD piece of beef. There's something about a nice slice of prime rib with aujus sauce that makes my putter flutter! Mind you I LOVE a good t-bone but it's the prime, medium, that's got my palate. Dang, I'm smackin' my lips just thinkin' about it. How about you?

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Greg55_99 wrote:
Thu Jun 11, 2020 8:28 pm
Egads I love a GOOD piece of beef. There's something about a nice slice of prime rib with aujus sauce that makes my putter flutter! Mind you I LOVE a good t-bone but it's the prime, medium, that's got my palate. Dang, I'm smackin' my lips just thinkin' about it. How about you?

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So many choices.
Porterhouse or beef tenderloin?

Can the answer just be yes please.
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Aged ribeye. Rare.

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Don't get me started on the price of beef. I saw a roast in the supermarket on Monday for $44. I shudder to think what a nice piece of prime rib will run when the restaurants reopen. Anyways, it'll give me the opportunity to slide down to the dentist and get my steak chewin' tooth fixed. Can't do NOTHING without it.

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Greg55_99 wrote:
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Egads I love a GOOD piece of beef.
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Yeah, I tried to stay with the question, but in truth, when I get a steak it's usually tuna.

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O Really wrote:
Fri Jun 12, 2020 12:59 am
Yeah, I tried to stay with the question, but in truth, when I get a steak it's usually tuna.
one of many favorite ways

Hickory smoked for an hour at about 175. White pepper only, sometimes a little soy.
Shred leftovers for a dip
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billy.pilgrim wrote:
Sun Jun 14, 2020 7:56 am
O Really wrote:
Fri Jun 12, 2020 12:59 am
Yeah, I tried to stay with the question, but in truth, when I get a steak it's usually tuna.
one of many favorite ways

Hickory smoked for an hour at about 175. White pepper only, sometimes a little soy.
Shred leftovers for a dip
That sounds good. But what are "leftovers"? ;)

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O Really wrote:
Sun Jun 14, 2020 9:50 am
billy.pilgrim wrote:
Sun Jun 14, 2020 7:56 am
O Really wrote:
Fri Jun 12, 2020 12:59 am
Yeah, I tried to stay with the question, but in truth, when I get a steak it's usually tuna.
one of many favorite ways

Hickory smoked for an hour at about 175. White pepper only, sometimes a little soy.
Shred leftovers for a dip
That sounds good. But what are "leftovers"? ;)
Leftovers can be the meat left on the backbone after you fillet a 40 pounder on the boat.
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