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cwalk52

Looking for a good marinade or rub for ribeyes along with a good cooking technique. I like medium rare and my wife likes medium well. Any tips?

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  • Looking for a good marinade or rub for ribeyes along with a good cooking technique. I like medium rare and my wife likes medium well. Any tips?
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    April 2013
    • HogHeaven
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      If youare going to cook it on the egg... Do a reverse sear. Pull yours at 130/135 and pull your wife's at 140/145. Here is a new idea I've been doing lately. No salt, no pepper. Get one of those beef flavored bouillon cubes and pour a half of teaspoon of olive oil on it to make it a paste. Rub it on your meat a half hour before you cook it. That give you great flavor and it will help build a great crust on the surface. Happy egging!

      If... You decide to not egg it. I recommend a cast iron skillet. Warm that baby up on high heat before you put a tablespoon of olive or peanut oil in it. Do the same rub with the beef cube. If you have a 1” ribeye cook it about 3 minutes per side. You will know when it is medium rare when the blood starts oozing out on the top of the meat. It is a great why to cook steak if... Your not egging it. Make a Bernaise sauce while you meat is rest and don't forget the garlic bread.

      Dine well my friend...