What are the best ways to cook a Tomahawk? I found someone that sells them for 344 a slab but don't want to ruin or burn my dinner putting me out of 300 plus dollars on a steak.
Did this a couple of weeks ago. Came out great.
Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper
1 (1 1/2- to 2-lb.) bone-in rib-eye or porterhouse steak (about 2 inches thick)
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
3 tablespoons butter
8 fresh herb sprigs (such as thyme, rosemary, and oregano)
3 garlic cloves, peeled and smashed
Hands-on: 20 Minutes
Total: 1 Hours
1. Preheat grill to 400° to 450° (high) heat. Heat a 12-inch cast-iron skillet on grill, covered with grill lid, 15 minutes. Sprinkle salt and pepper generously over steak.
2. Add oil to skillet. (Oil should smoke.) Using tongs, place steak in skillet, and cook on grill, without grill lid, 10 minutes or until dark brown and crusty. Turn steak on fatty edge in skillet, holding upright with tongs, and cook 2 minutes. Place steak, uncooked side down, in skillet. Cook on grill, covered with grill lid, 8 to 10 minutes or to desired degree of doneness. (We recommend an internal temperature of 120° to 125° for medium-rare; temperature will rise as steak rests.)
3. Add butter, herbs, and garlic to side of skillet, and cook 2 to 3 minutes or until butter foams. Tilt skillet slightly, and spoon butter mixture over steak 20 times (being careful not to splatter). Transfer steak, herbs, and garlic to a platter; let stand for 5 to 10 minutes. Slice against the grain.
Am i misunderstanding or are you saying $300 for one steak?
I would charcoal grill it. Salt, pepper, butter
The only guy I found with Tomahawk Steaks for sale wanted 344 dollars for a single slab. Unless I'm getting hustled big time the guy told me that was a reasonable price for Tomahawk Steaks.
The fun fact about stupid people is that when you point out facts & truth, they are so entrenched in their 'desires' that they refuse to accept it.
The DNC has exploited this for decades.
Dude, I am sorry but no way in hell could I find a non Kobe steak that was $300 bucks and that little amount of meat, unless I was going to a overpriced as fuck restaurant were they used $10 cuts of beef anyway.
The most I could see paying for that cut is like $20, actually looking at the weight and the amount of fat running through it in big strips I would say maybe $10-$15. Properly cooked Skirt Steak looks like a better cut than that. That is like an 8 dollar ribeye at best, I can get 5 of those for 20 bucks at my local store.
had one of these when i went to LA a couple months ago
holy FUCK you murcans raise a good cow
>In 2009, the USDA placed a ban on the import of Kobe beef to prevent the Japan foot-and-mouth outbreak from reaching US shores. The ban was eventually relaxed in August, 2012 to allow limited amounts of Kobe Beef into the country but regular shipments didn't resume until March, 2013.
If they are cut per rib, how many steaks does it come out to roughly? I mostly eat chicken but sometimes get ribeye or NY strip but never like that so I am clueless. Also not who you were talking to before
In case you haven't noticed, fucking autistic retard, this is a board dedicated to cooking and food, the thread is about overpriced beef. Kindly fuck off back to your containment board safe place hug fest.
>holy FUCK you murcans raise a good cow
Well when you've got a shitload of open land that's not good for growing crops, that's generally the next thing that people try to do, graze livestock on it.
The typical response of the cognitively challaged. How bout this: Fuck off, EABOD, DIAF
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$60/year membership Costco
$5.99/lb PRIME BONE-in Ribeye
$9.99/lb whole tenderloin roasts
For just about any 2inch thick preferred cut of steak, expect your steak to be about $10. Dude. For like $80, you can get an entire primal roast. USDA Prime. Age it further (lots of threads to show you how), if you want or divy it up into your freezer for the next 6 months of meals.
Oh yea, while you are at Costco shopping with the wealthiest grocery customers in the world, enjoy your $1.50 2lb hot dog and soda, while you pick out your <$99 Prada prescription sunglasses frames.
>best way to COOK
Put the fucking steak over some fucking heat. You fucking COOK it with fucking HEAT anymore fucking brainbusters there you fucking fagggot???? RRREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
technically, despite the autism of people replying, I once stick a ribeye on the end of a stick after salt and pepper and held it in my bonfire over the hot coals and it was one of the best steaks I ever made despite being drunk as a madman.