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Old 11-19-2007, 10:21 AM
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Beef

What is your favorite cut? For me it's NY Strips or tbone I have a friend that is into the high end cattle biz so I have been blessed with PRIME Black Angus..I love that stuff.

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Old 11-19-2007, 10:22 AM
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NY Strips for sure - thick cut, medium!
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Old 11-19-2007, 10:34 AM
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I love ribeyes and fillet mignon.

Anybody see King of the Hill last night, speaking of meat?
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Fillet.....
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Old 11-19-2007, 11:01 AM
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Fillet.....
I'm not always into the filets but have you ever had baked Alaska? It's a filet piled with Alaskan King Crab and hollandaise if I were to have a last meal....that would be it.
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I'm not always into the filets but have you ever had baked Alaska? It's a filet piled with Alaskan King Crab and hollandaise if I were to have a last meal....that would be it.
Baked Alaska is a desert, Emeril


I'm with Brian on the filets if I HAD to pick just one, but like to switch it up from flank steak to ribeyes--its all good.
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I hate these kinds of threads an hour out from lunch.
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Old 11-19-2007, 11:14 AM
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A nice NY Strip, marinated and seasoned, fresh off of the backyard grill. Naturally it has to be accomodated by a Caesar salad and the proper wine.
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Old 11-19-2007, 11:24 AM
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Rib eye, rib eye, and rib eye.

Started in cast-iron skillet so hot that it will smoke me out of the house. Finished under broiler.

Paired w/ a glass of Stag's Leap cabernet is my idea of heaven.
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Old 11-19-2007, 11:28 AM
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Rib eye, rib eye, and rib eye.

Started in cast-iron skillet so hot that it will smoke me out of the house. Finished under broiler.

Paired w/ a glass of Stag's Leap cabernet is my idea of heaven.
With ya there--I have 1000 degree infared gas broiler just for that purpose (in my oven)
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Old 11-19-2007, 11:41 AM
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Baked Alaska is a desert, Emeril


I'm with Brian on the filets if I HAD to pick just one, but like to switch it up from flank steak to ribeyes--its all good.
I know, however the local restaurant calls it the Baked Alaska.
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Fillet mignon, or a good, properly smoked beef brisket with spicy BBQ sauce.

Otherwise I'll pretty much pass. I like the swine and fowl better.
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I'm not always into the filets but have you ever had baked Alaska? It's a filet piled with Alaskan King Crab and hollandaise if I were to have a last meal....that would be it.
I never wished to mix seafood with beef. Two different tastes........can't understand the desire.........and my stomach wouldn't tolerate it...........I can feel it now...........WTF did you do........
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a good, properly smoked beef brisket with spicy BBQ sauce.
........I almost forgot about brisket..........that's definitely close to the fillet..........BBQ or traditional.

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