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Old 08-24-2007, 04:33 PM   #1
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ISO the best Rib-Eye Steak Recipe

Anyone?

My wife likes it w/ just "salt and pepper", served medium-rare and topped with Crimini Mushrooms (sauteed in butter and garlic) - but I'm looking for a way to kick it up a few notches...

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Old 08-24-2007, 04:39 PM   #2
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Anyone?

My wife likes it w/ just "salt and pepper", served medium-rare and topped with Crimini Mushrooms (sauteed in butter and garlic) - but I'm looking for a way to kick it up a few notches...
do you have a blackening season recipe?

marinate the steak in garlic olive oil, sweet red wine or dark rum, and one super finely diced chipotle pepper for about 30 min.

let the steak get to room temp.

apply the blackening seasoning (light)... and sear-roast it; 3 min per side and about 2-3 min in a pre-heated oven.
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Old 08-24-2007, 04:41 PM   #3
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do you have a blackening season recipe?
Nope, I don't.....

Oh.. and I ALWAYS let my meats get to room temp before cooking them :)

And I'll let a steak like this rest about 10min under a foil-tent before eating too :)
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Old 08-24-2007, 05:12 PM   #4
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Sorry I can't help...I agree with your wife...just s&p
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Old 08-24-2007, 05:13 PM   #5
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Sorry I can't help...I agree with your wife...just s&p
I was just going to say, you already have the best rib-eye recipe, Cp - your wife's!
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Old 08-24-2007, 05:18 PM   #6
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Yep I think your wife is right on too.

But if you are looking for something a little more then this rub recipe is the best I have ever had. Put it on the meat 24 hours before cooking if you can. I have put it on seconds before I put the meat on the grill and that works well too, but it works better with some time.

2 parts fresh ground black pepper
2 parts lemon pepper
2 parts cayenne pepper
2 parts chili powder
2 parts dry mustard
2 parts light brown sugar
1 part tsp garlic powder
Pinch of cinnamon
Pinch of salt
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Old 08-24-2007, 06:37 PM   #7
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A great steak begins with the selection process in the meat market!!
Spend 98% of your time honing your skills there!
The other 2% on methods, marinades, and other musings.

The rules are simple! Buy a great piece of meat and don't mess it up! Then...


Have Fun & Enjoy!!
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Old 08-24-2007, 06:56 PM   #8
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A great steak begins with the selection process in the meat market!!
Spend 98% of your time honing your skills there!
The other 2% on methods, marinades, and other musings.

The rules are simple! Buy a great piece of meat and don't mess it up! Then...


Have Fun & Enjoy!!

We are a HUGE advocate of folks getting to know their local butcher shops.

I'd post the one we go to here but alas this board has the "link police" in full force... :(

Anywho.. we get our meats from a local butcher who's now a friend of the familiy and I"d even eat the hamburger he sells raw - that's how much we trust him and the best-of-class products he sells..

We actually ended up moving about 45min away from him a few years ago but still go to him because his products are far superior to any of the shops that are more local to us now.
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I'd post the one we go to here but alas this board has the "link police" in full force... :(
Nope, just people looking out for the best interest of the site and it's members.

As you were told in a PM, just ask next time you want to post a link. I think you were even told it would not take long.
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We are a HUGE advocate of folks getting to know their local butcher shops
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...And learn from them!

Never under estimate what a bottle of wine or a platter of brownies will do for you!! I am very close to my personal butcher of choice, and regardless of what my wife says it has absolutely nothing to do with the fact that she is a very attractive young lady!!



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