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Old 12-31-2007, 09:32 AM   #1
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I need a recipe for New York Strip Steak (bone in)

Hello all & Happy New Year . I have bone in New York Strip Steak for New Years Eve and I have no idea how to cook them. Can someone please help me with some recipes. Thanks so much
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Old 12-31-2007, 10:02 AM   #2
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Best bet would be to grill them. If that's not an option, pan sear them and finish in the oven.
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Old 12-31-2007, 10:06 AM   #3
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Steak au poivre
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Old 12-31-2007, 10:08 AM   #4
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Best bet would be to grill them. If that's not an option, pan sear them and finish in the oven.

Excellent ideas Kelly...Yum!!

N.Y. Strips are normally boneless....Is that what the package says??? "Bone-In N.Y. Strip Steak"?? It really doesn't matter as to cooking methods, I'm just curious.....

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I see bone-in NY Strips in my grocery store. I think they are $2 cheaper than boneless.
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Old 12-31-2007, 10:21 AM   #6
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I see bone-in NY Strips in my grocery store. I think they are $2 cheaper than boneless.

Thanks Jeekinz! That's interesting. N.Y. Strip Steaks with the bone attached are called T-bone or Porterhouse Steaks here. Maybe the local butches are being creative with the saw by sawing off the filet portion, and a portion of the bone. Then selling the filet at filet prices.
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I had one in Michael Jordan's Steak House. They call it a Kansas City Strip.

UB, It's truly a half a porterhouse, without the filet section. I suppose the other side is a bone-in filet...
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Hi Uncle Bob They are "bone in" NY strip they were on sale at the local grocery store. I hope they are good.
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I will pan sear them but how long and what temp in oven? Thanks Andy they are about 3/4-1" thick
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Hi Uncle Bob They are "bone in" NY strip they were on sale at the local grocery store. I hope they are good.

They will be!! Just cook them like Andy suggested above, and don't over cook. Medium Rare to Medium would be the range I personally would shoot for!!


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