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Cooking a Tomahawk for the first time...

makeupyourworld | Mar 20, 201909:47 PM     1

Hey ya'll so this Saturday is my mother's birthday and she told me she wanted a steak. Originally, she wanted a bacon wrapped filet with red wine sauce but we went to pick out some steaks and she saw some Tomahawks and fell in love... we got them. So Tomahawks with red wine reduction it is. I have never cooked tomahawk and could use some tips. I have done ribeyes using the reverse sear method and gotten great results. Here is the steak we got along with a photo of a ribeye I've done before. Anything I should know to cook this beauty to a proper rare/mid-rare? I have a meat thermometer, cast iron, and oven (no sous-vide).

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