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A CostCo has opened “nearish” us. My understanding is that this will be an opportunity for prime beef. But it’s still pretty far away – not sure if it’ll be worth the membership price.
As for the ribeye — very best wishes.Ribeye has until now always been my favorite steak. But, with dry-aging, I’m now seriously thinking that sirloin is as tender, more flavorful, and hugely less fat-wasteful. And it costs less per pound. I think it’s worth your time and money to try it.
Whoa — I just re-read your post. When you say you bought two ribeyes, do you mean that you bought two steaks? Or that you bought two 14-lb ribeye sub-primals?