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Wild

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And they turned out awesome. Kosher salt and cracked pepper seasoning on both sides. Let them sit for 10 minutes. Threw them on hot coals for 2 min each side, and then put them on indirect heat for about 5 min.

Perfectly done and taste.
 

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And they turned out awesome. Kosher salt and cracked pepper seasoning on both sides. Let them sit for 10 minutes. Threw them on hot coals for 2 min each side, and then put them on indirect heat for about 5 min.

Perfectly done and taste.
Thank God you did not boil them.
 

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That's easily my favorite cut of steak.
Do we have an interpreter? What is ny strip called in England? I was talking about steaks the other day to one of my co workers. I don't see it on the menu here. He guessed it's sirloin but I know better.


My favorite is filet mignon. I love ribeye too but I wind up wasting all the fatty bit. I do love a good new York tho
 

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so not directly on coals I see
looks great
Seared them for 2 min on each side and then placed them on indirect heat for about 5 min. They turned out awesome.

I think a major win was the Kosher salt and fresh cracked black pepper.
 

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Do we have an interpreter? What is ny strip called in England? I was talking about steaks the other day to one of my co workers. I don't see it on the menu here. He guessed it's sirloin but I know better.


My favorite is filet mignon. I love ribeye too but I wind up wasting all the fatty bit. I do love a good new York tho
In the UK and Ireland it is called sirloin. In Canada, most meat purveyors refer to this cut as a strip loin; in French it is known as contre-filet. Delmonico's Restaurant, an operation opened in New York City in 1827, offered as one of its signature dishes a cut from the short loin called a Delmonico steak.

What cut is NY steak?

Cut from the strip loin part of the sirloin, the strip steak consists of a muscle that does little work, and it is particularly tender. When still attached to the bone, and with a piece of the beef tenderloin also included, the strip steak becomes a T-bonesteak or a Porterhouse steak.
 

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What's a decent price you guys pay for NY Strip? I've gotten it for $3.99 a lb boneless here...
 

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What's a decent price you guys pay for NY Strip? I've gotten it for $3.99 a lb boneless here...
Would LOVE to catch them on sale for that price. Best I’ve seen around here is $5.99/lb.
 

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In the UK and Ireland it is called sirloin. In Canada, most meat purveyors refer to this cut as a strip loin; in French it is known as contre-filet. Delmonico's Restaurant, an operation opened in New York City in 1827, offered as one of its signature dishes a cut from the short loin called a Delmonico steak.

What cut is NY steak?

Cut from the strip loin part of the sirloin, the strip steak consists of a muscle that does little work, and it is particularly tender. When still attached to the bone, and with a piece of the beef tenderloin also included, the strip steak becomes a T-bonesteak or a Porterhouse steak.
I'm sure a NY strip has fat on one edge. Not much but it's there.

I don't recall having a sirloin in the UK with fat on the edge.