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    Cool If you are an omnivore, check out these marbled prime cut steaks

    I love prime-cut, heavily marbled ribeye steaks like these .. Whats your favorite?


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    Default Re: If you are an omnivore, check out these marbled prime cut steaks

    The burnt ends and tips from a real tri tip. Oy.

    Or chile verde, which is pork shoulder slow cooked in salsa verde.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spin_Drift View Post
    Whats your favorite?

    my favourite is the same as your's

    those look awesome, i'll pick up the cabernet sauvignon and be right over
    Simpler is better, except when complicated looks really cool.

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    I could only get something like that using Mail Order!.The grocery chains heredon't even rate a grade, nothing below F---- exists.Their idea of an actual butcher is a man wearing white coveralls and using sheets of saran wrap except for what comes vacuum packed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Pless View Post
    my favourite is the same as your's

    those look awesome, i'll pick up the cabernet sauvignon and be right over
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    Quote Originally Posted by amish rob View Post
    The burnt ends and tips from a real tri tip. Oy.

    Or chile verde, which is pork shoulder slow cooked in salsa verde.

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    This look about right for chili Verde?
    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/c...ecipe0-1917661

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Smith porter maine View Post
    This look about right for chili Verde?
    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/c...ecipe0-1917661
    Donít do it!

    You will be ruined for life.

    That looks to be a wonderful recipe. Lots of complex flavor there, compared to mine.

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    Those rib eyes look fantastic, like Jamie I would need to mail order, I also like short ribs, brisket for the BBQ, chuck for burgers, soups, and stews. For steaks rib eyes, but other acceptable alternative could be strips, porterhouse, t-bones, hangers for fajitas, oh and I like a flank marinated in a cup of soy, cup of brown sugar, and cup of bourbon grilled. I sometimes can get chuck eye steaks dirt cheap $4 a pound or less definitely not a prime rib eye but I'm a man of limited means

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    Ok, that just sent me to the freezer to scare up some rib eye. Not nearly as nice as those, but after seeing that, I had to do something!
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    I'm a pork fan. Esp. pulled pork. Making pork chops for dinner tonight. But them steaks look mighty tasty.
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    A place in Delaware I used to like (back when I lived there) had a surf and turf - 2 tenderloins cooked the way you like them, each with a crab cake on top and a Bearnaise sauce across. Finish with asparagus and potatoes.

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    Owing to western US resource politics, no beef for us, except occasionally when we go out. But I've got a couple nice bison ribeyes in the freezer and some ground bison, lamb, and pork. Also some nice, lean roasts of pronghorn antelope. A friend has promised us some of his deer. What I'd really like is moose, but they aren't very common around here.

    Here's roast antelope, with a wine reduction—

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    Quote Originally Posted by CWSmith View Post
    A place in Delaware I used to like (back when I lived there) had a surf and turf - 2 tenderloins cooked the way you like them, each with a crab cake on top and a Bearnaise sauce across. Finish with asparagus and potatoes.
    Sound a lot like a Neptune Crown or Steak Oscar.
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    Prime dry-aged Porterhouse from Lobel's in Manhattan.



    It takes ~3 hours of my time to take the railroad in and back if I need it tonight, or ~$30 for overnight shipping.

    I've also been known to lower myself, and go to Yankee Stadium when the Tribe is in town. I'll eat a prime steak sandwich



    while waiting for the guys to custom cut me a steak to take home.


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    Default If you are an omnivore, check out these marbled prime cut steaks

    Quote Originally Posted by amish rob View Post
    The burnt ends and tips from a real tri tip. Oy.

    Or chile verde, which is pork shoulder slow cooked in salsa verde.


    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Smith porter maine View Post
    This look about right for chili Verde?
    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/c...ecipe0-1917661
    This is the one I riff off of.

    https://remcooks.com/2012/08/24/new-...en-chile-stew/

    Leave the tomatoes. No place for them. No cumin either -- we're looking for a clear chile flavor. Toss in maybe 2 pounds of tomatillos, husked and diced.

    And the quantity of chiles (more chiles than meat) is correct. You want to use relatively mild Hatch chiles -- Big Jim, or New Mexico 6-4 are good varieties. If you can't get Hatch chiles, use Anaheims, what Hatch chiles were developed from. These are all fairly low in heat, maybe 2,000 Scoville (in comparison, Jalepenos run about 5,000 Scovilles; Serranos about 7,500 Scovilles). And you're going be coring out the pepper, removing all the white pith and seeds, which is where the majority of the capsaicin lives. We're looking for flavor, not just heat!

    This my interpretation of her recipe.

    NEW MEXICO GREEN CHILE STEW

    INGREDIENTS

    • 2 lbs boneless pork shoulder, cubed 1/2 inch cubes (works well with lamb, too -- this is a shepherd's dish, after all.)
    • 2 medium onions, medium dice
    • 1 head garlic, minced
    • 4 cups chicken broth (preferably homemade without salt)
    • 2.5 Lbs Hatch green chiles, roasted, peeled, seeded and diced, small dice
    • 2 large russet potatoes, cubed 1/2 cube
    • 1 Tbsp dried Mexican oregano
    • 1 Tbsp sea salt (if the chicken broth has salt, use 1 tsp sea salt and adjust to taste)
    • 1/3 cup lard or bacon fat


    DIRECTIONS

    First, roast the chiles. Now, 2.5 lbs of Hatch Chiles is roughly 18 chiles so I roast them in 2 batches.

    When sufficiently charred, place the chiles in a paper bag and let them sit for roughly 20 – 30 minutes to cool. When done, peel them and remove the pith and seeds. DO NOT rinse them under running water like so many people do because you wash much of the flavor away. The skin will come off with very little trouble. Also, DO NOT touch your eyes or any other sensitive skin during or after peeling the chiles. I’ve learned this from experience. This can be a very painful experience. If you wear contacts, take them out BEFORE you peel the chiles. Even if you wash your hands, the oils from the chiles will stay in your skin for several hours afterwards.

    Next, add the lard to a heavy bottom skillet and heat over high heat. When heated, add the cubed pork and brown.

    When done, remove the pork and put in a heavy stew pot.

    Add more lard to the skillet and sautť the onions.

    When the onions have softened and attained a nice brown color from the sucs from the pork, roughly 3 – 5 minutes, add the garlic and cook for 2 minutes.

    When done, add the onions and garlic to the stew pot, along with the finely diced green chiles, tomatillos spices and potatoes.

    Top off with chicken stock or water -- you want a thinnish stew-like consistency, so adjust the quantity to suit.

    Bring to a boil, put the lid on, leaving it cracked just a nudge. Turn the heat down to a bare simmer.

    Cook for 1-1/2 to 2 hours, giving it a stir, every so often. If it gets too thick, top it up with a little more stock or water.

    Enjoy the aromas that fill your kitchen!
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    Default Re: If you are an omnivore, check out these marbled prime cut steaks

    Quote Originally Posted by Old Dryfoot View Post
    Sound a lot like a Neptune Crown or Steak Oscar.
    I wasn't familiar with the terms, or it's been too many years for me to remember, but I searched Steak Oscar and that's what it appears to be. My wife really loved that dish!

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    That's an exceptional looking porterhouse Donn. How would you prepare and cook that when you got it home?
    Simpler is better, except when complicated looks really cool.

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    All this talk of steak makes me realize just how long it has been since I had a carpet bag steak. .... I'm going shopping!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Smith porter maine View Post
    This look about right for chili Verde?
    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/c...ecipe0-1917661
    that looks good

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    Cow gets marbelized like that from anti biotics. The cows are fed anti biotics not to keep them healthy , but to turn them into fat tubs of lard.
    A lean piece of bison for me thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stiletto View Post
    All this talk of steak makes me realize just how long it has been since I had a carpet bag steak. .... I'm going shopping!
    That's an interesting preparation for steak.
    Simpler is better, except when complicated looks really cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wizbang 13 View Post
    Cow gets marbelized like that from anti biotics. The cows are fed anti biotics not to keep them healthy , but to turn them into fat tubs of lard.
    A lean piece of bison for me thanks.
    That sounds like a PETA talking point.

    Marbling is primarily the result of breed genetics, age, and the type of diet the cattle are provided.
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