What Cut Of Steak

Discussion in 'Cooking, Grilling, BBQ, and Recipes' started by JR1, Aug 7, 2020.

  1. Punkinseed

    Punkinseed Well-Known Member

    Se ark
    I wouldn’t cook a steak med-well if it was rurnt.
  2. Remington

    Remington Well-Known Member Supporting Member


  3. Dave57

    Dave57 Well-Known Member

    Considering I am at chateau on the lake eating ribeye I will say ribeye. However, there was no porterhouse on the menu so I did not have to make a choice. Medium btw, eat it all. No trimming.
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  4. Gford

    Gford Select Member<br>2015-16 Bow Hunting Contest Winne

    Man you got to cut at least 3 slits ⅓ of the way thru .....before frying!
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  5. JR1

    JR1 Well-Known Member Supporting Member

    Thank You!! I was having an anxiety attack looking at that picture.
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  6. JR1

    JR1 Well-Known Member Supporting Member

    I've always appreciated a good subtle brag. Well played!
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  7. Remington

    Remington Well-Known Member Supporting Member

    That was a Google pic......

    Mine look like Zorro came through the kitchen when I get done
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  8. JR1

    JR1 Well-Known Member Supporting Member

    My man! I feel so much better about you now. Any good country boy slits the bologna first.
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  9. jcp

    jcp Well-Known Member

    I like a good ribeye but my favorite is skirt steak grilled hot and fast.
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  10. JAYBO

    JAYBO Well-Known Member

    My favorite is a nice thick ribeye cooked medium rare.
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  11. clover patch

    clover patch Member<br>2012 Turkey Hunting Contest Winner<br>20

    When we first got married my wife would fry it like that and when it curled up like a bowl she would fill it with baked beans. She called it a bologna boat!
  12. amhoon77

    amhoon77 Well-Known Member

    porterhouse is strip steak and filet combined just fyi

    normally i get a big porterhouse (1.75-2lbs) and cook it for me an my wife. she loves the filet and i can tolerate the strip steak.

    my favorite steak is obviously a ribeye but when i don't have ribeye money its hard to beat a skirt steak or a flat iron. both thin cuts of meat that cook hot and fast
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  13. arkrem870

    arkrem870 Well-Known Member

    Bone in ribeye cooked on a cast iron griddle. I’m all about burning some wood for smoking and longer cooks. But food cooked correctly on well seasoned cast iron is hard to beat
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  14. stealthycat

    stealthycat Elite Member<br>2015-16 Bow Hunting Contest Winner

    I like a ribeye because I like fat

    but a top cut fillet it frickin awesome too
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  15. Onetrakd

    Onetrakd Well-Known Member

    Yeah that’s what I meant.
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  16. Buckrub

    Buckrub Well-Known Member

    An hour ago, I paid $6.49 a pound for two of the prettiest ribeye steaks I have ever seen.
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  17. DonniePowell

    DonniePowell Well-Known Member

    That's the bargain of the day.
  18. orangefeetdown

    orangefeetdown Well-Known Member

    Should have bought all they had for that price. That’s cheap.
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  19. JR1

    JR1 Well-Known Member Supporting Member

    Go back and get the rest. That's less than half price around here.
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