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BuckarooBonzai BuckarooBonzai 51-55, F 24 Answers Jan 8, 2012

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I actually prefer a thick sirloin and medium

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ribeyes done med rare re difficult to beat

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Rib eye medium rare is hard to top. A good Tri tip is a close second.

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No real preference as far as type of steak goes, just as long as it's well done.

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Thick cut Porterhouse or Prime Rib Steak with the bone. Both cooked on real charcoal with Mesquite chips to a Medium Rare.

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Ribeye or the first cut Porterhouse off the short loin & medium. It has to be USDA Choice or Prime & Heavy Aged a minimum of 21 days!

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I like a DelMonico cut, rare.

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New York Str!p Loin; medium rare. Smothered in mushrooms and onions, a baked potato with butter and sour cream. I also like a side order of sweet potato fries and onion straws.

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Ohhh, I'm hungry now ! ;)

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Rib-eye, medium rare, cooked on a charcoal grill

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Filet medium rare closer to rare than medium. Some bernaisse sauce with that please.

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Prime rib. Take it out of the oven just as the last moo fades and serve it with a spinach salad and a baked potato and a glass of merlot. Raspberry sorbet for desert



It's what they have for dinner in Heaven. I am pretty sure.

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Believe it or not..lol I don't eat meat often if at all. When I do, I like filet mignon or hana rump roast! Lol.. oh this has derailed so straight to kinda every other year marching away from this answerrr ..... lol..

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Delmonico - on the grill - life is sweet...

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When I have a taste for it, any cut will do, but very well done.

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any, as long as its not mooing at me when it arrives . and redness / blood. im out of there

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ribeye cooked medium rare

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My personal favorite too!

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I like Prime Rib... Even better than Fillet Mignon.

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