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    Nothing worse than dry flavourless steak, and you get that even, cooked rare to medium rare

    What's the best cut of steak ? Most flavour, most fat content ?

    Steve

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    Not sure about the steak family. Too poor to be a steak connoisseur. But beef heart is a flavor bomb, especially with the fat on it.
    Crohn's, doing SCD

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    • #3
      ribeye bone in....the best....age it for a few days unwrapped in your frig......yummy!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by brighthorse View Post
        ribeye bone in....the best....age it for a few days unwrapped in your frig......yummy!
        X2 ! Had my local meat shop's "caveman cut" last weekend. 2" thick and bone in. YUMMMM!!!

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        • #5
          Everyone's preferences are different... depend on my mood... I like Filet (lean) and bone in Ribeye (fatty)... but heck... T-bone, NYStrip and those types of fatty are good too. As well as flank, and skirt for lean... it REALLY depends on the application.

          I'm also very partial to sliced, trimmed, beef heart seared rare. It doesn't get much beefier than that in flavor.
          And those big hunks of white heart fat are SO good for cooking... such a bonus.
          “You have your way. I have my way. As for the right way, the correct way, and the only way, it does not exist.”
          ~Friedrich Nietzsche
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          • #6
            Ribeye aka Delmonico!

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            • #7
              Love NY Strips and Delmonicos. Good fat content.

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              • #8
                I love a good T-Bone. Best of both worlds, in my opinion.

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                • #9
                  big fan of cowboy (bone in) cut ribeyes. lots of protein. lots of fat. sounds like i need to stop at the butcher on the way home from work....

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                  • #10
                    Porterhouse. Hands down.
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                    • #11
                      Striploin, followed by a good porterhouse, or a bone in ribeye. Heart is also amazingly delicious. So is flank steak, but prep and how you slice it are critical.
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                      • #12
                        Ribeye, no doubt! I thought I'd like it dry aged, but we tried dry aging some with the last batch we got from out grass fed cow and I found the result to be tough and way too dry. I'll stick with straight out of the package grilled to medium rare with a little pepper, garlic, and onion from here on out.
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                        • #13
                          I like the rib meat, next to where the ribeye is cut from- it's usually significantly cheaper, and as fatty and delicious as a ribeye. Only downside is a bit of extra connective tissue to work around.

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                          • #14
                            Can't go wrong with a pork shoulder chop

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                            • #15
                              Price not an option, I prefer my 24oz, boneless, local grassfed ribeye. Best value option, top sirloin. Pan fried, rare to medium rare served with a big pat of kerrygold after rested for 10 minutes!
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