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[Safeway] Top Sirloin Steaks $4.99/lb

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[Safeway] Top Sirloin Steaks $4.99/lb

Top Sirloin Steaks
$4.99/lb
Valid Jun 27, 2019 to Jul 03, 2019
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the ribeyes are 6.99 a lb at Walmart and superstore. I find the ribeye to the best steak myself.
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rocking23nf wrote:
Jun 29th, 2019 10:59 am
the ribeyes are 6.99 a lb at Walmart and superstore. I find the ribeye to the best steak myself.
Yeah these are incomparable. Top Sirloin steak isn't even usually served as a steak since it makes a poor steak. Ribeye on the other hand is wonderful.
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I have been told by butchers that sirloins are the highest quality steak that you should BBQ. Ribeyes are best cooked in a skillet due to the fat content. You could BBQ ribeyes but it would be a waste of a good steak. So it depends how you are cooking your steak as to which steak you should buy.
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herc wrote:
Jun 29th, 2019 2:26 pm
I have been told by butchers that sirloins are the highest quality steak that you should BBQ. Ribeyes are best cooked in a skillet due to the fat content. You could BBQ ribeyes but it would be a waste of a good steak. So it depends how you are cooking your steak as to which steak you should buy.
I always bbq my ribeyes, salt, pepper, and a bit of olive oil, they come out amazing, you can use a butter knife on them
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herc wrote:
Jun 29th, 2019 2:26 pm
I have been told by butchers that sirloins are the highest quality steak that you should BBQ. Ribeyes are best cooked in a skillet due to the fat content. You could BBQ ribeyes but it would be a waste of a good steak. So it depends how you are cooking your steak as to which steak you should buy.
I BBQ ribeye/Tbones all the time and notice a clear difference compare to sirloins. Prefer either much more than sirloins that i haven't bought sirloins for over a year.
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Bought a sous vide machine few days ago.

Going to experiment with this.
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rocking23nf wrote:
Jun 29th, 2019 10:59 am
the ribeyes are 6.99 a lb at Walmart and superstore. I find the ribeye to the best steak myself.
I've never bought fresh food at those two big box stores. Isn't the quality of what you get so much worse than the actual grocery stores and especially butcher shops?
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There's no question that ribeye is a better cut than sirloin. I think the message is that ribeyes are best cooked in a pan but sirloins are best cooked on a BBQ grill.
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paul29m wrote:
Jun 29th, 2019 3:55 pm
I've never bought fresh food at those two big box stores. Isn't the quality of what you get so much worse than the actual grocery stores and especially butcher shops?
the Walmart ribeyes are really good. I think meat expert would only buy the butcher shop meat, but I cant really tell the different myself.

go to Walmart, spend 15$ on 2 ribeyes, put salt, pepper, and spread olive oil (or any oil) over it, put it in the fridge for a few hours, cook it on the grill to medium, it will be delicious.
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Jun 29th, 2019 2:10 am
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Did you have a stroke from eating too much steak?
Behacad wrote:
Jun 29th, 2019 11:35 am
Top Sirloin steak isn't even usually served as a steak since it makes a poor steak.
What? Sirloin is everywhere for steaks.
It's certainly on the lower end of the steak world but it still makes a decent steak.
Ribeye on the other hand is wonderful.
I don't think anyone is arguing that but it's also 40% more money.
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rocking23nf wrote:
Jun 29th, 2019 4:19 pm
the Walmart ribeyes are really good. I think meat expert would only buy the butcher shop meat, but I cant really tell the different myself.

go to Walmart, spend 15$ on 2 ribeyes, put salt, pepper, and spread olive oil (or any oil) over it, put it in the fridge for a few hours, cook it on the grill to medium, it will be delicious.
While I agree with the basic seasoning.... Why would you put it in the fridge?

You want to cook steaks from room temp, so the center doesn't stay cold while the outside cooks.
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Gutty96 wrote:
Jun 29th, 2019 6:00 pm
While I agree with the basic seasoning.... Why would you put it in the fridge?

You want to cook steaks from room temp, so the center doesn't stay cold while the outside cooks.
I usually marinate them say 10 in the morning, in the fridge, take them out around 30 minutes before grilling them at supper
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rocking23nf wrote:
Jun 29th, 2019 6:04 pm
I usually marinate them say 10 in the morning, in the fridge, take them out around 30 minutes before grilling them at supper
Ah... Gotcha.

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