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How can I cook a whole NY strip?

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How can I cook a whole NY strip?

Pei | Nov 20, 2007 09:09 PM

Is there a way to prepare a whole NY strip, or is my best bet to slice it into thick steaks and cook each piece individually?

I lucked out and found a huge piece (7 lbs or more, it looks like a prime rib) ridiculously cheap, and I'm thinking about having it as our Thanksgiving alternative meat.

I'm hoping someone will tell me that it works as a roast the way prime rib does. Otherwise I'm just going to slice into one and a half inch thick steaks, sear on high heat on both side, then pop in the oven until medium rare. Do this to three or so steaks, slice thickly, and serve instead of a more traditional ham. No one's going to have room for a whole steak, but a nice chunk or two would be a great addition.

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