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    Teriyaki style Cowboy Steak!

    Picked up a real nice looking Cowboy steak this weekend at Central Market. Made a Ginger-Wasabi teriyaki glaze to finish this bad boy off.









    More pics and the recipe here.

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    That looks fantastic!!!! I am drooling on my keyboard!!

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    Cool. Never heard of that particular cut before. Looks real tasty!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bprescot View Post
    Cool. Never heard of that particular cut before. Looks real tasty!
    Maybe it is a Texas cut? I see them here all the time.

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    Cowboy steak usually refers to a thick, bone-in rib eye. That steak had nice marbling.
    Michael
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    Wow! That does look good. Love those cowboy steaks from CM, mine never look that good though

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    Damn! That's a real man's steak... not the wimpy stuff you find here. I've always dreamed of having that cut.

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    Perfectly cooked. Nice job and fantastic pics.

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    Definitely very Texas

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalaeb View Post
    Perfectly cooked. Nice job and fantastic pics.

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