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Cuts of Meat

Eternal StudentEternal Student Posts: 36
edited 7:16AM in EggHead Forum
Hi Everyone.[p]I have a piece of 4 lb meat labeled "boneless ribeye" and another the same size labeled "Sirloin Tip Roast". Would I use either of these cuts for a boneless Prime Rib? Can you share some recipe ideas for these pieces?[p]Thank you and Merry Christmas!

Comments

  • Eternal Student,
    Ribeye, Max has a good one on TNW's site.[p]Mike

  • Car Wash Mike,[p]Thanks. That was my hunch. I've done Max's recipe before and I'll be excited to do it again. Any ideas what I would use the other roast for?

  • Eternal Student,
    I'm not much of a roast lover. It should be very lean. I would think a nice pit beef.[p]Mike

  • Nature BoyNature Boy Posts: 8,415
    Eternal Student,
    I like your handle. Aren't we all students afterall eh? The ribeye is what you want. The Sirloin Tip roast is a nice chunk of meat, but is leaner and tougher that what most know as "prime rib" or "rib roast"...and what the ribeye is cut from.[p]Save the sirloin tip for thin sliced "pit beef", roast beef, or it makes nice jerky. Just a couple idears from one person anyways! Have fun.
    Chris

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  • Nature Boy,[p]Maybe if I ever feel like I can answer a question, I'll add ...and occasional teacher to my handle! So far, I've only been on the asking side.[p]Thanks for your reply!
  • Nature BoyNature Boy Posts: 8,415
    Eternal Student,
    Oh you will be able to answer those questions soon! That's what makes the forum go 'round. When I started reading the forum, then posting, I was amazed that so many knowledgeable folks would take their time to share what they were doing. Then I felt like I needed to do the same thing to give back....of course putting my foot in my mouth trying to help before I was really ready to help ;-) Anyways, that cycle is what makes this forum so valuable....learn 'til you feel guilty about not being able to give back, then share all you learned in the process plus your individual knowledge as well. Pretty cool.[p]Cheers. Gotta go check on some babaybacks I got goin for the big skins game tonight!
    Chris

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