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The perfect steak?

So in my family there has always been great debate as to the best cut for the grill....
I am a Ribeye man, but pops loves the NY Strip! And then there is a brother that proclaims the Filet the king!
What do you say?
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I don't much care what cut I eat, only so long as you chop it's tail off, wipe it's butt, and only have it on the grill long enough that with a little veterinary care it will be up and walking within a week.
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porterhouse for me. seasoned with dry rub, tossed on a very hot grill and bounced around just long enough that some juice flows out. then to the side a few minutes
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Ribeye for the win, and not a thin ribeye either, it has to almost an inch tick.

And all good steaks are cooked over charcoal or wood.
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oh yeah, thick cut is neccesarry. hardwood fire, maple, oak or hickory is best some prefer charcoal but it has to be a good quality brand to match wood fire.
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Thick ribeye (a 16 ounce cut) - marinated in Balsamic vinegar and Worcestershire sauce with garlic, basil, salt and oregano.
smoked for 25- 45 min over hickory chips in a luhr jenson little chief,
then seared on a hot grill to desired done - blue rare to medium rare for me depending on my mood.
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A nice, thick, bone-in ribeye is a winner. Rare, topped with a little butter and sauteed mushrooms. Mmmmmm.....
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A NY-strip is my favorite. A porterhouse if I'm really hungry.

Yum-yum!!
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Nice to see I'm not crazy and the Ribeye has its followers I did just grill up a darn tasty NY Strip tonight though! Boy was it good
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New York, rare. I do enjoy a ribeye every once in a while. Filet is not my favorite cut of meat. I would take sirloin over filet in a second.
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Ribeye, Tbone or NY strip in that order, but I look at the steak first. It has to have a lot of marbling in it. Get the fire real hot and sear on both sides. A fresh garden salad and a cold beer, AHHHH life is good
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Originally Posted by bquick View Post
Ribeye, Tbone or NY strip in that order, but I look at the steak first. It has to have a lot of marbling in it. Get the fire real hot and sear on both sides. A fresh garden salad and a cold beer, AHHHH life is good
you need a nice scoop of roasted garlic mashed taters with that there good buddy
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Ribeye is my first love, but a juicy fillet mignon with mushrooms and garlic mashed potatoes will make my eyes wander.
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ribeye... filet... strip

I feel like im trying to choose from 3 19 yr old underwear models

cant i just have em all?
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Originally Posted by whofarted View Post
ribeye... filet... strip

I feel like im trying to choose from 3 19 yr old underwear models

cant i just have em all?
The steak or the underwear models? I think you know the answer.
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Originally Posted by JCavSD View Post
The steak or the underwear models? I think you know the answer.
ur right... the underwear models are wearing the steaks... you are the man!
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mmmmm..... Need some alone time.
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uh.. ick!
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Originally Posted by whofarted View Post

...I feel like im trying to choose from 3 19 yr old underwear models...
I might have 3 pairs of underwear that are 19 yrs old. Damn. This thread needs to get back on track.....

(and this was how I spent my milestone post #223??? Oh well, at my rate #556 is only a few years away)
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Ribeye for me.
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This thread is making me hungry!

A thick Ribeye is my favorite.Grilled over charred wood with a little
mesquite for smoke.With a baked potato,baby sweet peas,texas
toast,and a ice cold beer or two or 6.
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I might have 3 pairs of underwear that are 19 yrs old. Damn. This thread needs to get back on track.....

(and this was how I spent my milestone post #223??? Oh well, at my rate #556 is only a few years away)
why do i keep coming back to this comment
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A thick bone in rib eye with plenty of marbling cooked over a fire with mesquite wood. Seasoned with Lowery's season salt, black pepper and garlic powder. Cook rare, yum!
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Thumbs up Mmmmm Steak!

Tri-tip steak, great cut, cheap! Med. rare, 7 greens salad, and beer!
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top sirloin is also good, I try to marinate overnight and set out to come to room temp before onto the grill. grilled sweet or hot onions slioced about 1/4" fryed partly brown atop.
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