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Prime Ribeye Cap Steaks. Met my girlfriend five years ago today. We are going to have some yummy steaks to celebrate.

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Congratulations to you both! Enjoy!


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Congrats! Those steaks look amazing. Can't wait to see the finished product.


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Congratulations and enjoy your evening.




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Ready to go into my new Sous Vide thingamabob.

Stolen from Sous Vide everything's YouTube channel. Cook off between butter and thyme vs garlic and onion. May the best steak win.



Starting a bit late, had to fix dishwasher and make butter run.



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Okay, but what's she going to eat?



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It came out perfect. My first attempt at Sous Vide.



Finished them on grill. Put a hunk of wood in the smoker box and set these guys right on top of that. Came out with beautiful crust and light smokey flavor.



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Nice and pink all throughout.



The wine was picked randomly by cool label. Actually was quite good.



And finally, plated.

There was no winner in the cook off, both were awesome. Both gave a nice flavor to the steak. Slight edge to the Thyme and Butter one.



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The grill shot was great, I can almost smell them from here...yum!


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DAMNIT SON!!!! THAT LOOKS AMAZING!!! Congratulations on the Anniversary and on the maiden voyage to a whole new way to cook beef!!!!!!
 
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Looks like something in a food magazine. Congratulations on five years!


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Looks great. Yeah, the Sous Vide thread last week induced me to get an Anova Sous Vide cooker too. Haven't yet tried it out but found a lot of recipes at Anova's site and will be trying it out tout suite!


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The wine was picked randomly by cool label. Actually was quite good.

With those beautiful steaks, what wine wouldn't be?

Congratulations on the Anniversary!


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I know ribeye, I don't know ribeye cap steaks.

But the results look great. I like how plump they look.



"It did not really matter what we expected from life, but rather what life expected from us. We needed to stop asking about the meaning of life, and instead to think of ourselves as those who were being questioned by life – daily and hourly. Our answer must consist not in talk and meditation, but in right action and in right conduct. Life ultimately means taking the responsibility to find the right answer to its problems and to fulfill the tasks which it constantly sets for each individual." Viktor Frankl, Man's Search for Meaning, 1946.
 
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I know ribeye, I don't know ribeye cap steaks.

But the results look great. I like how plump they look.


It's the best part of a ribeye or prime rib. The outer layer of extra marbled extra tender meat. You have to ruin a ribeye in order to get it, so you won't often see it. Quite literally the best steak you can get. After they cut it off they roll it into a pinwheel. Awesome because it gives lots of nooks and crannies for the seasonings to get into. Only used for special occasions.




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I know ribeye, I don't know ribeye cap steaks.

But the results look great. I like how plump they look.


It's the best part of a ribeye or prime rib. The outer layer of extra marbled extra tender meat. You have to ruin a ribeye in order to get it, so you won't often see it.


Wow. In that case, throw me the scrap parts. LOL.
That definitely is premium.

I'm happy for you that you enjoyed it and congrats on the anniversary.



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Fantastic looking meal!



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That looks and sounds great.
 
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I did have a call last night from "unknown caller", was that you inviting me over for dinner? Sorry I didn't answer. No excuse on my part.

Many more years of happiness for ya!


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Originally posted by Rey HRH:
I know ribeye, I don't know ribeye cap steaks.

But the results look great. I like how plump they look.


It's the best part of a ribeye or prime rib. The outer layer of extra marbled extra tender meat. You have to ruin a ribeye in order to get it, so you won't often see it.


Wow. In that case, throw me the scrap parts. LOL.
That definitely is premium.

I'm happy for you that you enjoyed it and congrats on the anniversary.


The sad part was that Costco was selling the leftovers as Ribeye steaks and it was actually just a sliced Eye of Rib. Most people don't know that there are two muscles that comprise the Rib eye. Whoever bought it was getting ripped off. It would have made for a fine roast, but as packaged it was deceptive, especially at Prime Grade prices.



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The sad part was that Costco was selling the leftovers as Ribeye steaks and it was actually just a sliced Eye of Rib. Most people don't know that there are two muscles that comprise the Rib eye. Whoever bought it was getting ripped off. It would have made for a fine roast, but as packaged it was deceptive, especially at Prime Grade prices.


I don't mean to take over your thread but thank you for this information. We buy our meat pretty much exclusively from Costco. I'll pass the info to the Mrs.



"It did not really matter what we expected from life, but rather what life expected from us. We needed to stop asking about the meaning of life, and instead to think of ourselves as those who were being questioned by life – daily and hourly. Our answer must consist not in talk and meditation, but in right action and in right conduct. Life ultimately means taking the responsibility to find the right answer to its problems and to fulfill the tasks which it constantly sets for each individual." Viktor Frankl, Man's Search for Meaning, 1946.
 
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