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    My wife can throw down

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    That's a ribeye.

    I like ribeye.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duckshot View Post
    That's a ribeye.

    I like ribeye.
    Hey Duckshot the only thing I like better than a ribeye is a ribeye with a big tomahawk bone hanging off the plate.
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    "Tomahawk bone"?

    I don't follow.

    That looks cooked about medium, either that or your wife seared it perfectly. Nice!

    I'm a big fan of the half pint mason for my cabernet sauvignon too. Stem glasses are for uppity peasants. Here is a bit of a culinary seccret- kings drink their mead from a cup you can screw a lid onto. Its true. Anything poured in a stem glass immediately turns to cat urine. Some snobs think the wine glass serves some kind of mystical purpose, but its real origin was to separate out the cup with the hemlock in it.

    IMO most steaks should be cooked only until the steer's heart stops beating, but with fatty steaks like ribeye medium works too.
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    I cannot make you think. I can give you something to think about, but whether or not you choose to think about what is offered and how you think about it is entirely up to you. In the same manner, I cannot make you get offended. I have no control over your behavior. Getting offended, or keeping your cool is your choice. It is all up to YOU cupcake!

    .....if words can hurt you what will punches do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duckshot View Post
    "Tomahawk bone"?

    I don't follow.

    That looks cooked about medium, either that or your wife seared it perfectly. Nice!

    I'm a big fan of the half pint mason for my cabernet sauvignon too. Stem glasses are for uppity peasants. Here is a bit of a culinary seccret- kings drink their mead from a cup you can screw a lid onto. Its true. Anything poured in a stem glass immediately turns to cat urine. Some snobs think the wine glass serves some kind of mystical purpose, but its real origin was to separate out the cup with the hemlock in it.

    IMO most steaks should be cooked only until the steer's heart stops beating, but with fatty steaks like ribeye medium works too.
    Differently wasnt medium more like medium rare to rare with a hard sear. If you ever get the chance get a tomahawk steak. As far as wine I used up all my alcohol privileges 16 years ago. Being raised in New Orleans that happens. Click image for larger version. 

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    Oh, there is nothing wrong with non fermented mead.

    A person can only drink a finite amount of alcohol in one lifetime.

    Its getting late though, you should pay your bill and tip the cook.
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    .....if words can hurt you what will punches do?

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    Dang, I bet she could beat Bobby Flay!!
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    Rib Eye and a Wife who can cook,, who's got it better than you?? Enjoy
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    Quote Originally Posted by BLK HOLE View Post
    Dang, I bet she could beat Bobby Flay!!
    She close I can tell you that! Lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by against the wind View Post
    Rib Eye and a Wife who can cook,, who's got it better than you?? Enjoy
    Weve been married for 5 years, first time I had a home cooked meals since my momma 20 yrs ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Truth1253 View Post
    Weve been married for 5 years, first time I had a home cooked meals since my momma 20 yrs ago.
    Uh-oh! What did she do? LOL
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    Making me hungry!
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    Looks damn hella good!
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    Quote Originally Posted by against the wind View Post
    Rib Eye and a Wife who can cook,, who's got it better than you?? Enjoy
    Everybody knows women can't cook a ribeye just right. A man knows!
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    Sorry Honey, I can’t. I’ve got plans with my metal detector.

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    That is a thing of beauty....
    Lucky guy, bet it tasted better than it looked....
    Nice find, thanks for sharing.
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