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Why Do I Bother?

RhumAndJerkRhumAndJerk Posts: 1,506
edited 4:36PM in EggHead Forum
Over the weekend, the family and I went to Pittsburgh. On Sunday, we ate at one of their more popular Rib Joints. I had the baby back ribs. The best that I can figure is that they were straight from boil pot and poorly grilled with very little sauce. Furthermore, they did not even bother to remove the membrane. The sauce was thin and might as well have been Open Pit. The rack of ribs was small, about 18 bones. After I ate them I was still hungry. Normally, I would only eat about half a rack of my own rib due to the amount of meat on them.[p]I should have known better. [p]My son, on the other hand, had the kids’ portion of Prime Rib for $5.99. This was every bit as big a small adults’ portion (12 oz.?) and was very tasty. He ate it all gone.[p]On Friday night, we went to a steak house in Youngstown. I had the large filet. By itself, it was a nice chunk of aged Black Angus. However, they covered it with so much salty seasoni
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