Rib Eye

From Flank Steak to Filet Mignon, Here's How to Cook 10 Common Steak Cuts

How to cook steak depends on what cut you're dealing with; and when it comes to picking a choice piece of steak, you’ve got plenty of options—and questions to answer. Which is the most tender piece...

'American Style' Wagyu Beef

by mtskeeter 7 months ago

There were an awful lot of ads in today's grocery pages for 'American Style' Wagyu Beef cuts. The pictures don't look like any Wagyu Beef cuts I've seen, more like NY steak and not marble-y lookin....

Matt Martinez's Steakhouse Recipe - Revisited

by DallasLadyTN 9 months ago

Hi! I saw a post from 2013 about this recipe from the 1990's in the Dallas newspaper and thought I'd put it up here again, in case someone didn't get it. I have typed it as it was written in the ...

Rib Eye Steak

by luvwine4 1 year ago

Where in the East Bay is the best place to purchase steak? I'm looking for a very thick, ribeye steak. I was initially thinking of Whole Foods but open to suggestions. This would be thick enough to...

10pm craving for rib-eye or salmon in Nassau

by holyveal 2 years ago

Almost died last night from a 10pm craving. Where the heck does one get decent: (1) rib-eye (first choice); or (2) broiled/grilled salmon (second but healthier choice) in Nassau at that time of ni...

Flat Iron vs Ribeye Beef?

by MrFerociousDinosaur 3 years ago

I am looking for some flat iron steak to buy for a cookbook that I'm writing, which I know is similar to beef ribeye except it's more tender, more evenly marbled, and cheaper. Problem is, I can't s...

Filet Mignon, Porterhouse, Ribeye or New York Strip?

by Scott 16 years ago

What is your favorite steak? Going to a great steakhouse and considering the choices. Growing up we normally had T-Bone/Porterhouse tons of time on the charcoal grill. Yum. Usually get that or ...

Wagyu ribeye tonight. First time in a long time I've been intimidated by meat.

by alanbarnes 13 years ago

So I picked up some Wagyu ribeyes for tonight's dinner. And although I've cooked more than my share of beef, this is the first time with anything of Japanese ancestry. The cost of these steaks an...

Dry-aging beef at home - ISO of specifics please for 28 days

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by c oliver 7 years ago

Today or tomorrow I'm buying a whole, boneless, ribeye from Costco to dry age. I'm doing this cause I'm reading here how wonderful and easy. But I don't seem to find exact details. Maybe it's he...

Non-Steakhouse Steaks in Nassau County on Long Island

by Gastronomos 4 years ago

I grew up on boneless ribeyes. They were, at that time, labeled boneless ribeye steaks or Delmonico steaks or Center-cut ribeyes, etc... That's what dad brought home when we were having steak. It ...

Prepare ribeye steak like prime rib?

by rp17 4 years ago

All the ribeyes at my grocery store today were enormous - about 2" thick and 1.7 pounds. For our usual 1.5" thick one pounders, if we're cooking inside vs grilling, we usually reverse sear. This ...

Need opinions for this sous vide technique

by tastegenic 4 years ago

Hello everyone Recently I build a sous vide circulator from a hot water pump. As opposed to commercial sous vide machines which have higher power ratings, this system only requires you to cook on...

Best Well-Done Steak Method?

by thejulia 14 years ago

I'm a bloody steak kind of girl, but I'm having a friend over for steak next week who likes his well done. I was considering cooking the steak to medium and hoping he'd be all right with it, but he...

Prime rib roast online

by jalam 5 years ago

Trying to dry age multiple full prime rib roasts at home, been looking for reasonably priced store to buy the meat. Cheapest I have seen is Costco. Does anyone have other suggestions on where to bu...

Cooking a small boneless ribeye roast

by gmm 9 years ago

It's not that I can't find info on cooking a rib roast on these boards, it's that there's way too much info to wade through. I've got a 3.25 boneless ribeye roast that I want to cook for New Years...

I had a ribeye from The Dollar Tree,

by Bobfrmia 10 years ago

I did this because after telling a few people about the frozen rib eye's at the Dollar Tree, I was chastised for not "taking one for the team" and spending a buck to try it. This is a 3.75oz froze...

Freezing a rib eye roast

by amberonskja 5 years ago

Hello Everyone. First off. If you live in the Los Angeles area, Ralph's has rib-eye bone in steaks and roasts for $5.47 a pound (sale will go until 7/5/2016). Needless to say, I just bought a ...

how do you get your rib-eye so tender?

by sgwood415 14 years ago

In the quest to cook the perfect rib-eye, I'm curious to hear you tips for getting the most tender steak. I do pretty well but sometimes I have mixed results. I suspect that quality and age of the ...

Reverse Sear Rib-Eye

by Dogboa 5 years ago

did a 3" thick, 2 pound, boneless rib eye using the reverse sear method on my BGE. The sides were creamed spinach, roasted new potatoes and sauteed onions.

Slicing Ribeye roast for philly cheese steak

by johnandscooter 13 years ago

Does anyone have any tips on how to make homemade philly cheese steaks. I was going to buy a 5-6 lb ribeye roast from costco and then thinly slice it. The problem is how to slice it. I have ...