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post #31 of 35

Rib  steak.

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post #32 of 35

Here the meat is different, but the best I've had is the Bistecca Fiorentina - Chianina beef, from val di chiana.  I presume the animals are grazed. 

But it's very expensive.  So I usually buy a cut they call the Sora, from the same cattle, Chianina, and have it cut thickly like a real steak.  I'm not sure what it's called in the states, but it's small and has a line of thick gristle through the center.  The gristle is actually not hard at all, but it puts people off and they don't like it, so it's one of the cheapest cuts.  I think in the states it might be called blade steak, but i'm not sure.  It's from the shoulder.  It's extremely tasty and also tender (i'm not a fan of meat that's soft as butter, i like to bite into it, but this is quite tender while still being meat). 

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post #33 of 35

I like Ribeye and Flank the best. Two very different steaks. Season with garlic, pepper and a little soy sauce. Let sit for 1 hour. Grill to medium rare.

 

But I'd take a few slices of roast most days over a steak.

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post #34 of 35
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Originally Posted by siduri View Post... I'm not sure what it's called in the states, but it's small and has a line of thick gristle through the center. ..

Probably what is called a Flatiron steak in the USA

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Originally Posted by PeteMcCracken View Post

Probably what is called a Flatiron steak in the USA


Yeah, Pete, now i remember that - i knew i had asked once and got that answer - maybe from you, i don;t remember. 

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