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  • treesmacker
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    NY Strip or Ribeye

    After recently having both NY strip and Ribeye from Costco, I've decided on the NY as favorite, especially if Sous Vide. I just don't like eating around all of the fat in the ribeye. What do you think?

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    #2
    Strip Steak...Only, all my life, they've been known as a KC Strip, in this region

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    • HouseHomey
      HouseHomey commented
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      I think a KC strip is boneless with fat as compared to the New York.

    • Old Glory
      Old Glory commented
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      Porter Rd sells KC Strip with Bone. They are amazing.

    • Murdy
      Murdy commented
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      KC strip is a bone-in NY strip
  • texastweeter
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    • Jul 2017
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    #3
    Rib eye hands down. Then Chuck eye, then porterhouse.

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    • Troutman
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      Ribeye, porterhouse, chuck eye. But hey, whose arguing, steak makes me go to my happy place !!!
  • fttank
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    #4
    Rib eye. All. Day. Long.

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    • Livermoron
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      #5
      Still gotta go with ribeye...
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      • Troutman
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        Well just look at that magazine quality shot. You know grill marks are not all that popular here, but I still like 'em. Nothing sexier than a properly grilled and marked ribeye !!!!

      • Livermoron
        Livermoron commented
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        Troutman Sometimes I just can't help myself...

      • Dalmore
        Dalmore commented
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        Love the photo!
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      #6
      I've always seen New York Strip as crap that had to be given a fancy name to sell.

      I would need to nail down the sous vide to make it right for me. For ribeye I just need to cook the darn thing.

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      • scottranda
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        Iā€™m not happy with you šŸ˜¬šŸ¤£

      • texastweeter
        texastweeter commented
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        HELL YEAH! Well said sir! Quite eloquent. Perfect verbiage.

      • Troutman
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        There you go dropping that fancy soup vida name again you fancy cheffy kind of guy !!!
    • pjlstrat
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      • May 2019
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      #7
      What a great question. From a taste, comfort and overall enjoyment factor it is Ribeye for me, all day, every day.

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      • Bighorn Dave
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        • Aug 2018
        • 273
        • Nampa, Idaho

        #8
        I've had good and bad of both. All things being equal I probably would choose the NYS over the Ribeye if coming from the same cow that was raised for quality fare. Otherwise if not sure the ribeye gets the nod.

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        • Greygoose
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          • May 2019
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          #9
          I enjoy both,,,cook NY strip way more often
          I you want to try something different that combines a little of both flavors try a coulotte steak which is the top sirloin cap. Also called picanha.
          Dry brined, reverse sear,,,,darn good

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            #10
            I usually prefer a ribeye, but recently cooked some prime NY Strip I picked up on sale at Costco a while back and it was phenomenal.

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            • pkadare
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              #11
              Hands down rib eye for me, strip for my wife.

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              • texastweeter
                texastweeter commented
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                same, but my wife likes sirloin and fillet. Worried about the fat...after she screams it with avacadobutter...
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              #12
              Filet - I want to be able to cut it with a fork.

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              • Mr. Bones
                Mr. Bones commented
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                Thanks fer th reminder, Brother!
                Gots me some filets in yonder freezer, from Omaha Steak, that I need to git into rotation, here! Yum!

              • Clark
                Clark commented
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                Mr. Bones Interesting that you live near Kansas City and have steaks from Omaha Steak. We buy a lot of KC Strips and Ribeyes from Kansas City Steaks. We think they are superior to Omaha's. Any reason you don't buy from Kansas City Steaks?

              • Mr. Bones
                Mr. Bones commented
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                Omaha Steaks were a Christmas gift, so weren't no "buy" involved lol Clark
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              #13
              Ribeye

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              • jgreen
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                #14
                Would definitely pick the ribeye if grilling, not sure about SV, but the strip is a great steak too.

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                • HouseHomey
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                  #15
                  Ribeye for me but I am really picky about my steaks. All things being equal I will take a Strip steak compared to a ribeye with little cap and much fat between muscle groups.

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