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Old 02-23-2009, 05:22 PM   #1
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Choice Sirloin - $3.99/lb

Grandchildren were coming for dinner Sat night, time to go steak hunting. Choice Sirloin at $3.99 a pound.





Did not have a chance to take a picture before plating, wife and GC were clamoring for food. Here's mine.

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Old 02-23-2009, 06:25 PM   #2
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Well if a person would cook it till it was daid..I could eat a bunch of that. Next to Chuck I think Sirloin got the best flavor of any steak. Guessing it take a trip to Sam's to get em in Choice and at that price or I dont how much they charge. Old chum I got swings by there occasionally and buys a great old big one or two which has been cut in 4 sections. Purty fair portion control using that method. They always grill up nice n tender. Tom Thumb was running their store brand marketing scheme called Rancher's Reserve (hits midway twixt select and Choice as far as I can make out) top Sirloin for 2.99 last week. Looked good. Prob should bought some. It hard to find chuck roast for much less than that nowadays.

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Cooked perfect John...nice and bloody. What did you season with, salt and pepper?
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Cooked perfect John...nice and bloody. What did you season with, salt and pepper?
I agree with Tony.

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That looks super JA

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Cooked perfect John...nice and bloody. What did you season with, salt and pepper?
I agree with Tony.

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Olive oil, kosher salt, garlic salt, and ground black pepper then let it sit out for an hour.
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That's how you cook a steak!
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But..but..but..I have seen cows hurt worse than that who got well.

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But..but..but..I have seen cows hurt worse than that who got well.

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