I saw this rib-eye roast at the supermarket today. The thin was huge, about 15 lbs worth. I checked it our for grins and giggles. the ends showed beautiful marbling. This roast looked like USDA Prime. No kidding, it was the best looking roast of beef I have ever seen, not only in my home town, but anywhere. So everyone, pitch in, and send me a buck. Now I only need 160 of you to do this, and then meet in my snowy back yard. I promise, I will cook it to perfection. The roast is only $160 U.S.
But seriously, I don't want your money. If I were a rich man, I might purchase such a chink of meat, and cut it into wonderful bone-on, ribeye steaks. I can't imagine anyone who could afford that piece of culinary heaven among the people I know.
But you can bet, if it goes into the "hurry up and buy it because it's getting close to its expiration date" cooler, for a buck-twenty-five a pound, I'm there quicker that the flash being chased by a laser beam.
Seeeeeya; Chief Longwind of the North