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Costco Thin Strips

Teefus Posts: 1,214
Our local Costco always has excellent NY Strips in stock. I usually get the Choice grade as they’re just as good as the premium priced Prime grade and I like a little leaner steak. As I was restocking our steak inventory yesterday I noticed they had thin cut (1/8”) NY Strips available. I grabbed a 3# pack and used a few last night to make the best Philly Cheesesteaks I’ve had in years. I portioned and froze the rest for later. I’ll bet it will be good for Asian Beef and Broccoli too. NY Strip for the same price as deli lunch meat. Sign me up. 
Michiana, South of the border.


  • lousubcap
    lousubcap Posts: 33,006
    Great score right there.  I've never seen them in Costco around here but will definitely look next trip.  
    Louisville; Rolling smoke in the neighbourhood. # 38 for the win.  Life is too short for light/lite beer!  Seems I'm livin in a transitional period.
  • U_tarded
    U_tarded Posts: 2,048
    I saw those yesterday and had the same thoughts.  Better go back and grab some.  
  • Legume
    Legume Posts: 14,827
    I’m going to check for these - sounds like bulgogi to me.
    Not a felon
  • RRP
    RRP Posts: 25,930
    Sounds delicious!

    Years back at Costco, I found a package of ribeyes cut thin. We enjoyed them merely fried in a skillet and then served on buttered toast with the crusts cut off. Poured some melted butter on top and pigged out all 5 meals of them! Funny how some very simple meals stay in my memory bank!
  • Botch
    Botch Posts: 15,711
    For those of you without a Costco membership, my Asian market offers pre-sliced steaks and pork too, in fact I have a pound of sliced butt in my freezer right now (often used in soups, where raw meat sliced thin is added to very hot soup just before serving)  Phò-king Awesome!  :triumph:  

    "May ya live as long as ya want, and not want for as long as ya live" is an Irish toast.  "Bread, cinnamon, eggs, and maple syrup" is a French toast.