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Post Sat May 29, 2004 9:33 pm
olliejen raw
raw

Posts: 7
Location: Issaquah, WA

I bought 3 lovely ribeyes (they were on sale!) but not sure how to prepare. any favorites out there i could give a try?

Post Sat May 29, 2004 11:22 pm
ThrRoff well done
well done

Posts: 999
Location: Washington, DC

olliejen
A good rib eye is my favorite cut of meat to grill. A good rib eye has lots of fat, and I believe only needs a coating of kosher salt and fresh ground pepper for seasoning. Grill it over a high heat to sear it nicely. We like the meat really rare, and over lump charcoal fire I grill for 2 minutes and then rotate it 90 degreees for another 2 minutes. Flip it over (don't use a fork) grill for 2 minutes, rotate 90 degrees and grill another 2 minutes. If you want it a little more done go for 3 or 4 minutes on the last side. When you take it off the grill cover them with foil and let them rest for 5 minutes.
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Post Sun May 30, 2004 1:44 am
Yankee Bill medium
medium

Posts: 115
Location: Norfolk, Va.
Olliejen,

As ThrRoff stated, a good Ribeye don't need much doctorin', although I've been guilty of rubbing a little olive oil and smashed clove of garlic on one a time or two. YB2
I'll eat anything that won't eat me first !!!

Post Sun May 30, 2004 7:36 am
ryno23 medium-rare
medium-rare

Posts: 74
Location: Manitowoc,WI
Ribeyes are great so thats why I don't add much, sea salt, pepper, garlic powder, and onion powder. I usually grill them about 5 min a side, rotating them after 2 min and then let them rest for about 5 minutes. Happy Grilling

Post Sun May 30, 2004 11:40 am
hotchef well done
well done

Posts: 319
Location: Florence, AL
If you wanna try something that's a little different, do something that I learned from a famous steak house in Panama City, FL, called Angelo's. After you have cooked the steaks and while they are resting, squeeze a little fresh lemon juice on them. I know it sounds weird, but it is amazing how well the lemon will bring out the beefy taste of the steak and compliment it very well. Hope you enjoy!
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Post Sun May 30, 2004 12:00 pm
spfranz well done
well done

Posts: 615
Location: Minnesota

This is a marinade I used on rib eyes once. It's from a book called Cooking Fearlessly which is a cookbook unlike any other I have. It's from a restaurant in Austin called Hudson's on the Bend. Ate the best meal of my life there.

I posted it on other forums and got nothing but flack for doing this to a rib eye ("that's just dumb - rib eyes don't need anything" and "what are you trying to make, cevich?", etc). But my philosophy has always been to try things before condemning them. I also normally just do a little salt and pepper on rib eyes, but I have to say, these are some of the best steaks I've ever had (at home or out).

I marinaded them for 10 hours and the lime juice cooked the outside of the steaks a bit but they still seared quite nicely and the flavor was unbelievable. I never doubt anything that comes from this book. How To Grill is my old testament and Cooking Fearlessly is my new testament (Barbecue Bible is my devotional book) :)

Scott

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Bock Beer Marinade

1 - 12 ounce can of dark bock beer
2 T minced garlic
2 T minced red onion
2 T Worcestershire sauce
4 shakes of Tabasco
juice of 2 limes
1/4 cup packed brown sugar
1 T course brown mustard
2 T olive oil
I like vegetarians. Some of my favorite foods are vegetarians.


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