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Unread 04-09-2013, 09:40 AM   #1
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Default Whole RIB EYE for $1.71/lb!!!! What to do with it?

Let me say usually i am a pretty honest guy, but I kept my mouth shut when i saw a mislabel on this amazing cut of meat.

USDA Choice whole rib. It weighs in at 16.19 lbs and was a whopping $27.64! Other cuts of meat with this one were priced over $110!






Anyways, been watching some Youtube vids on how to trim and fabricate steaks out of the whole rib eye.


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just cut em and wrap/seal each of em or smoke up a nice couple of roasts.
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Usually?......Not really sure what else to say here.

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Dang!!! That is an awesome find. I'd cut a bunch of steaks out of it, but also keep a good sized roast or two.

Now, I'm off to Sam's!
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Dang!!! That is an awesome find. I'd cut a bunch of steaks out of it, but also keep a good sized roast or two.

Now, I'm off to Sam's!

Probably going to end up keeping 6-8 inches for a roast and slicing some 1" steaks. at less than $2 a pound, i may even invite my In-Laws over for steak
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I would spit roast the whole thing Santa Maria style. Invite the family over
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I would dry age it in your refrigerator for 10 days to 2 weeks and then cut into cut into 1 ˝ steaks. Cooked medium rare, grilled asparagus and sliced roasted fingerling potatoes. Of course a nice bottle of Cabernet. Great score!
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Great score!
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Let me say usually i am a pretty honest guy, but I kept my mouth shut when i saw a mislabel on this amazing cut of meat.

USDA Choice whole rib. It weighs in at 16.19 lbs and was a whopping $27.64! Other cuts of meat with this one were priced over $110!






Anyways, been watching some Youtube vids on how to trim and fabricate steaks out of the whole rib eye.


That is all :D
pfffft, if they mismarked the price on that sucker, not yo fault. great find man!
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what was it marked as? Heck I would have pointed it out and made them sell it to me for that price anyway.
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I'm reading the label as "9.98lb @ $2.77/lb".
Still, I'd get as many as I could at that price!
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WOW.....that's a heck of a score....
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What to do with it?


Farkin COOK it bro!


I have a family of 6 and with the extended family, THAT would make for a real nice prime rib roast dinner, and a CHEAP one at that!

Or, as said....cut some nice steaks off of it and use a smaller roast if you're not feeding as many as I usually do when the family comes over (which is usually around 15).



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Hmmmmmmmm, what to do with it??? You could send it my way
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That's the one they found sitting in the corner when they came back in on Monday morning.
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