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View Poll Results: should i marinate this steak on a regular basis(multiple choice)
Rib eye 8 29.63%
NY strip 8 29.63%
Chuck 18 66.67%
Top sirloin 9 33.33%
ranch cut 9 33.33%
Sirloin petit steak 10 37.04%
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Unread 01-04-2013, 08:10 PM   #1
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Ello all, i know this is an odd question but sometimes when i grab a steak at the store that is not a NY steak or ribeye, im not sure if i should marinate or not. haha

So i am curious to what cuts of steaks should be marinated
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The really cheap ones


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Your post title asks a negative and your poll asks a positive. I answered in the negative because I was too lazy to read the positive question in the poll since I thought the thread title was the actual question.

So, I don't think any of the steaks you listed need to be marinated.
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Your post title asks a negative and your poll asks a positive. I answered in the negative because I was too lazy to read the positive question in the poll since I thought the thread title was the actual question.

So, I don't think any of the steaks you listed need to be marinated.
Dang, that's right. I voted wrong then!
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you two guys have always been bass-ackwards
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Hmmmm. On a 'regular basis' threw me off.... I will say I usually do marinate flank or skirt steaks. And sometimes marinate sirloin, chuck or tri-tip steaks.

Getting off of beef, I generally marinate lamb racks which would actually be teeny rib steaks..... and sometimes marinate pork steaks, or chops.
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I need more scotch.
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I need more scotch.
I like to marinade myself with a good Scotch. Does that count?

On topic......the tougher, cheaper cuts I would marinade. Ribeyes, NY Strips, T Bones, I wouldn't. Sometimes I might hit em with a few dashes of wooster if that counts as a fast marinade.
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You can marinate whatever kind of steak you want. There is nothing wrong with marinating a new york strip or a ribeye, or even a filet mignon for that matter. If you want a certain flavor profile, then go for it. In fact, I'd rather marinate a good cut of meat than a cheap one.
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You can marinate whatever kind of steak you want. There is nothing wrong with marinating a new york strip or a ribeye, or even a filet mignon for that matter. If you want a certain flavor profile, then go for it. In fact, I'd rather marinate a good cut of meat than a cheap one.
True. On a good cut, the flavor profile I'm looking for is...............BEEF! And some beef fat flavor too. A light dusting of some salt, pepper or even a good rub is perfect.
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I will NOT marinade a ribeye, unless at gunpoint, and even then, I'd have to think about it.

The only steaks I would marinade would be cheap cuts, that need some acid to tenderize them, or cuts with little flavor.

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You can marinate whatever kind of steak you want. There is nothing wrong with marinating a new york strip or a ribeye, or even a filet mignon for that matter. If you want a certain flavor profile, then go for it. In fact, I'd rather marinate a good cut of meat than a cheap one.
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Dang, that's right. I voted wrong then!
Fark! Me too.

I voted based on the farking thread title, not the poll question. Trick question.


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I dont really marinate any steak. I do season them but thats about it but if you like the taste of marinated steaks then go for it, vive la difference
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Salt and pepper 10 minutes before they go on the grill.
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