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First Tomahawk Steak This Weekend

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  • zero_credit
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    I have to say I loved the presentation and taste here but the value was as others noted not great. Better deal for me is boneless ribeye. Very happy I did it though!

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  • 58limited
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    Looks good!

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  • zero_credit
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    Results!
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  • Cheef
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    Back in the good old days? You bought bone in from Sams Club $2 per pound cheaper than the ribeye setting right next to it in the case.

  • 58limited
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    I've done three. Yes, it is a gimmick and you are paying for the bone but it is also the only way for me to get a 2" - 2 1/2" thick ribeye at my local grocery. Plus, the bone makes a good handle and, well, its cool. Honestly, the last one I did was 3 lbs (high choice grade) and it was on sale. It ended up being a little cheaper than the same weight of boneless ribeye.
    Last edited by 58limited; July 3, 2020, 02:11 PM.

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  • wolfjb1
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    Originally posted by Rod View Post
    I've never done one before. What's the draw? Just the way it looks? Is there a difference in taste from a boneless ribeye? Like Jfrosty27 said, I'd hate to pay the extra cash for something I can't eat. Just curious.
    I've done one three times.

    My reason is: it's delicious!

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  • barelfly
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    Like others, I have yet to cook a tomahawk. I don’t see them often, and when I have, it was never the right time for it. But, one of these days I will. Because, yes, they are cool and should be done at least once. like Redman says!

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  • Rocinante
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    The next best thing after a nicely cooked and tasty steak is its presentation. This one reigns

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  • fzxdoc
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    About the bone in ribeye--for me it's all about the "coolness factor" as Red Man says. I just want to grab it off the grill, wave it over my head and then take a big chomp out of it, cave-person style.

    Kathryn

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  • Red Man
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    I’ve never bought one but...$8.00 for the extra coolness factor of the huge bone doesn’t seem that bad to me!

  • Jfrosty27
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    I will buy a bone in rib eye on occasion. But the bone is cut off right where the meat ends. I bet the naked bone weighs a half pound. That’s $8 worth.

  • Rod
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    I've never done one before. What's the draw? Just the way it looks? Is there a difference in taste from a boneless ribeye? Like Jfrosty27 said, I'd hate to pay the extra cash for something I can't eat. Just curious.

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  • zero_credit
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    Definitely a splurge but wanted to do one for years but could never find it.

  • jfmorris
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    Let us know how this cook turns out!

    Every time I see one of these at Sam's Club I want to get it, but somehow I continue to resist... the issue mostly being that the wife likes her steak medium well, and I like mine medium rare, and it would be hard to do one of these giant steaks to both tastes. I might get one and cook it when my son and other kids that like it medium-rare are here, and have it for "the boys".

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  • TripleB
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    Enjoy. Nothing like a good steak. Yum

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