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For me, the best cut. I like them thick. But without bone, they are so open to elegant doctoring.
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Posted to Thread #30446 at 3:29 am on Aug 16, 2018
Green peppercorn sauce.
I might say that if they are for a dinner party, do without the bone because,I actually think that they are so magnificent, the bone just doesn't matter. I have obviously had some sublime experiences with them lately.
In fact, I asked the butcher today, when they were coming on sale again.
Yikes, I cannot save enough in time.
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- 30446. FRC: Ribeyes: bone-in or out? How thick? Tips/recipes? - colleenmomof2 - 3:49pm on 08/15/18 (6)
- Bone-in steaks are always better. I like mine at 2" thick, because I like rare [NT] - Melissa Dallas - 5:31pm on 08/15/18
- Bone is delicious. If I get tonnes cut 2" it will serve two or three. Dear on both sides and finish - Charley - 5:51pm on 08/15/18
- More details, please? - Pam - 6:53pm on 08/31/18
- For me, the best cut. I like them thick. But without bone, they are so open to elegant doctoring. - Marg CDN2 - 3:29am on 08/16/18
- I have good luck with Costco boneless rib eye steaks. Delicious when grilled... - Michael in Phoenix - 5:11pm on 08/16/18
- Thank-you everyone! Heading out to see what I can score - colleenmomof2 - 2:06pm on 08/17/18