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Rib Eye for steaks

Luvs to shoot clayLuvs to shoot clay Posts: 771
edited 2:22AM in EggHead Forum
Here are a couple of shots of the steaks I cooked last night. We had a few people over and I didn't get shots of the finished product but it was great. I can't believe we ate so much.

The Package, Check out the price, 6.99 USDA Prime from Costco.
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Trimming the beast.
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Cut into steaks.
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Marinated overnight in 3/4 Soy sauce and 1/4 Worchestershire for extra flovour.

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Hot tubbed and then T-rexed, sorry I didn't get the finished shots...use your imigination.

Comments

  • gdenbygdenby Posts: 5,365
    My imagination sees lots of smiling people with quick knives and forks. :)

    A few places around me have started offering those big whole portions. One will cut for free, the other charges. How did you cut them? They look pretty even. Just a sharp knife and steady hand?
  • NoVA BillNoVA Bill Posts: 3,005
    The steaks look great - need to see'em cook and plated bet they were great!
  • Great looking steaks. B)
    I am not agreeing with the soy/ Worchestershire sauce. Prime beef usually needs just salt and pepper.
    Just my opinion. :P
  • stikestike Posts: 15,597
    nice touch, trimming the tail off. i don't know i'f i'd have marinated it, but life is long enough to try things more than one way, right?

    next one you do, you gonna age it?

    prime, 6.99 a pound. i gotta see if costco carries that around here. that's ridiculously good
    ed egli avea del cul fatto trombetta -Dante
  • I know that the marinate is over kill but they are really awesome, great flavor and nice and dark on the outside.
    In the meat counter the prime steaks are 9.99 a pound but when he brings one out, he smiles and says he made me a good deal. I agree.
    I just cut them to thickness with a sharp fillet knife I used to use when I fished some. I usually cut different thickness since my wife doesn't eat as much as I do. Package them one thick and on thin.
    Again, sorry for not posting the after pictures. I think I sold at least one new egg last night.

    Try the marinate sometime. I don't think you will be disappointed.
  • Really eggsighted after reading all the posts this morning about dry ageing.
  • stikestike Posts: 15,597
    i don't actually have anything against marinating them, it's just that i never see prime around here, so i'd go salt-n-pepper only, myself. choice i would give it a try. if i find a costco that carries the stuff (prime) i may get so blase about it that i will marinate it too. hahaha
    ed egli avea del cul fatto trombetta -Dante
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