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Old 01-06-2009, 10:36 PM   #41
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Originally Posted by pacanis View Post
Is that normal for UT?

I bought 4 ribeye steaks last weekend. No bone. Both stores said it was "Prime"

1st place was the local Albertsons at $10.99/lb

2nd place Harmons (local grocer & the only place I like to buy meat) $16.99/lb

The steaks at Harmons are much better, which they should be for price difference.

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Old 01-07-2009, 01:14 AM   #42
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I would recommend talking with a local restaurateur about buying from them. The prices they get are far superior to the grocery store and butcher prices (in most circumstances) and if they can make a couple of bucks off of you just for placing a phone call, they will probably be very happy. I don't know the state to state legality of this, but it is worth a shot. Another bonus of buying from a restaurant is hermetically sealed packaging. I can keep my steaks on the shelf for a minimum of 28 days (as long as they don't have a bone and the packaging isn't damaged). You don't dare try that with a saran wrapped grocery store steak.

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