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plazadweller
Auburn Fan
South Georgia
Member since Jul 2011
9678 posts

re: Favorite cut of beef
Mother makes prime rib for Christmas every year. It takes all day but is amazing


Outdoorreb
Ole Miss Fan
Member since Oct 2019
861 posts

re: Favorite cut of beef
Outer skirt is about as good as you can get.


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deaux
LSU Fan
Member since Oct 2018
10775 posts

re: Favorite cut of beef
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Bone in ribeye is the correct answer


OGtigerfan87
LSU Fan
North La
Member since Feb 2019
1080 posts

re: Favorite cut of beef
Filet or top Sirloin


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Montezuma
San Diego State Fan
Member since Apr 2013
3185 posts

re: Favorite cut of beef
Ribeye if I want a steak
Tri-tip if I want sandwiches
Skirt or Flank if want to make tacos

Depends on the mood, I guess.


awestruck
Auburn Fan
Member since Jan 2015
6481 posts

re: Favorite cut of beef
Favorite ?

The free one a friend provides on a football Saturday .
This post was edited on 8/9 at 9:41 pm


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RockyMtnTigerWDE
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Co-Captain PosiBarners
Member since Oct 2010
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re: Favorite cut of beef


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Rohan Gravy
LSU Fan
New Orleans
Member since Jan 2017
10339 posts

re: Favorite cut of beef
Ribeye

But I do love a big arse porter house


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Floyd Dawg
Georgia Fan
Silver Creek, GA
Member since Jul 2018
1345 posts

re: Favorite cut of beef
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At home? I'm not roasting prime rib.


I have a stupidly easy standing rib roast recipe that you can't mess up.

Season it anyway you like and put it in a 500 degree oven for 5 minutes per pound. When the timer goes off, turn off the oven, leave the roast in there for 2 hours, and don't open the door.

I've done it this way the last 5 Christmases and it's never come out any way other than a perfect medium rare.


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Miznoz
Missouri Fan
St. Louis
Member since Dec 2018
504 posts

re: Favorite cut of beef
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Skirt or Flank if want to make tacos


Birria and chuck tho.

Never had better tacos.


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RD Dawg
Georgia Fan
Atlanta
Member since Sep 2012
19912 posts

re: Favorite cut of beef
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Filet on one side of the bone, and NY Strip on the other.



This is correct.

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For those who said t-bone/porterhouse, which side of the bone do you like better?


Strip. BTW a sirloin is just a lower tier cut of a Strip. It seemed like you got far better cuts of sirloin 20+ years ago.I think they wanna classify any higher tier cut of sirloin as Strip because you can obviously charge more.


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gladchiefisgone
Navy Fan
Member since Sep 2010
1484 posts

re: Favorite cut of beef
Had a butcher years ago tell me...If you want the best cut of meat for the price get chuck eye. He was 100% correct and have grilled it many times over the years.


wadewilson
LSU Fan
Harrison County
Member since Sep 2009
24421 posts

re: Favorite cut of beef
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Had a butcher years ago tell me...If you want the best cut of meat for the price get chuck eye. He was 100% correct and have grilled it many times over the years.


It really is.

Frankly, I don't mind paying Wal-Mart's outrageous price for them. That cut is full of flavor.

Lately, my dad has been picking up tenderloins for like, $5/lb at Hi Nabor. I've done different things with those. Slow roasted, sous vide, sliced up and grilled.


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wadewilson
LSU Fan
Harrison County
Member since Sep 2009
24421 posts

re: Favorite cut of beef
OP, out of curiosity, do you mind me asking how much you paid for that half cow?

ETA: I see that question has been sort of answered.

Can any coastal Alabama or Mississippi baws help me? My brother has been bragging about buying half cows around where he lives in PA for like, $1000. I tried to find some where I live, no dice. Last weekend I was at a farmers market and found a rancher in stone county that sells half cow for $1500, quarter for $750.

Does that seem high? I mean, I'd rather pay that much here on the coast than have to drive to the middle of the state, but I feel like that's high. I bought some meat from her. Sirloin and flank was good (be gentle, she was out of most of the good cuts by the time my lazy arse got out of bed) and I'm going to test the brisket out Sunday.
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QuothTheRaven
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Dec 2019
7 posts

re: Favorite cut of beef
Bone-in NY Strip
Skirt Steak
Brisket


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stewie
Central Florida Fan
Member since Jan 2006
3644 posts

re: Favorite cut of beef
Hanger steak
This post was edited on 8/30 at 8:37 am


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Evolved Simian
Alabama Fan
Bushwood Country Club
Member since Sep 2010
16943 posts

re: Favorite cut of beef
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I tried to find some where I live, no dice. Last weekend I was at a farmers market and found a rancher in stone county that sells half cow for $1500, quarter for $750.

Does that seem high?


A friend was buying them for $3.30 per pound hanging weight. So, for half a cow, that would be $1000ish. Maybe more if it was a bigger cow. She's in the central part of the state, but she bought from a farmer in Huntsville. It was a few years ago when she told me that. I don't know what prices look like now.

ETA - After looking around, it seems that $1500 is probably a reasonable price for a half cow right now, assuming that includes processing.
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threedog79
Member since Sep 2013
2210 posts

re: Favorite cut of beef
Love me some prime rib. I like to grill at home. When I go to a place like Ruth’s Chris I always get the stuffed chicken.


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ShipperJosh
LSU Fan
Cincinnati, OH
Member since Sep 2020
10 posts

re: Favorite cut of beef
What is it about a NY Strip that you don’t like? Genuinely curious..


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4Ghost
Florida State Fan
Member since Sep 2016
5849 posts

re: Favorite cut of beef
Bone in Rib Eye


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