When my son and I were shopping at the West Side Market early Saturday morning, I was passing the one stand that specializes in premium beef at a regular price. I inquired about which was the best cut of the day. The butcher replied, “Take a look at these T-Bones!” He was actually excited. I agreed that the beef was indeed beautiful, however they were cut too thin. He told me to come back in ten minutes and he would have what I wanted.[p]My son and I continued our shopping by picking up some Smoked Slovian Sausage and some Portuguese Lingusia Sausage. We also purchased another pound of premium Hungarian Paprika for six dollars.[p]When we got back to beef stand, the butcher proudly displayed two one and a half inch thick T-Bones. They were so nice that I almost tasted one right then and there.[p]And now the question … I do not normally buy T-Bones and I am still learning how to use Mr. Big, how should I properly cook these American Beauties (sorry, couldn’t resist). [p]I will complete the meal with some fresh sweet corn direct from Southern Florida and probably some fresh green beans.[p]Is it dinnertime yet?