You sure that wouldn't singe those eyebrows of yours???
Wow!!! AWESOME !!!
That is pretty much what I lifted my lid to, except mine was probably going for about 5 minutes before I realized it.
As promised in the oyster thread here is tonight's big ole' NJ steak; tomahawk Ribeye compliments of Steak 85 New Brunswick. Prime aged 28 days, 26oz blue cheese crusted for $55. This might be the best tomahawk in the central jersey area. Especially when compared to the 16oz strip of Formagerie for $80!?!? Fogettabout it!!
Holy crap that looks killer jr! I will have to get there.
Not a @NotJrvedivici masterpiece like above, but had this last night. That's a 12oz tail...looked a little light to me but still tasted good swimming in butter
Temp is 45°, wind chill feels like 25°.
Balls not dropping here.
But we have, nonetheless, Porterhouse on the grill:
To be served with freedom fries, green beans with bacon & spätzle, and sprouts.
An oyster pan roast is to start.
Wow those look to have some nice fat on them. Foodtown?
I had a copper canyon NY strip last night and it was great. For some reason this one was more marbled and mouth-watering than normal....wonderful fat content. I haven't been in a few months. Dollar for dollar that steak dominates everthing around here imo. If anyone has better recommendations on how to spend 33 bucks, I would love to hear it! (Not home cooked)
Shoptite USDA Choice on special for $ 4.99 lb.
Picked em up when I got the oysters for the pan roast.
I looked for ones with nice filet and good marbling.
Not truly a steak but still a shit ton of red meat, I decided to usher in the new year with the meat sweats courtesy of Fernandes III.
Sim, Sim Senhor !!!
For our annual New Year's Eve beef fondue, I bought these Prime Tenderloin Steaks which I cut up myself.
Details and more photos on my New Year's Eve blog post.
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Yes I have photos of plenty of cc steaks but didn't take one the other night.
@NotJrvedivici. I still haven't been to Fernandes 3. I can't believe I'm willing to admit that. How was the rodizio? My entire family has been there probably several times each and I just haven't been yet.
@RGR nice looking tenderloin there! You don't see marbling like that everyday.
Johnny I don't know what else I can do to get you there, you want me to create a rodizio food challenge?? It didn't work for Appella!!
You should give it a shot, they often have a tomahawk on special I think it's $50 or $55 comes with salad bar and side(s). Not a bad deal, although angus not prime.
All kidding aside I'm game anytime you care to meet up there. I'm currently doing a 28 day diet but after this month you name it!!
What is the rodizio running at Fernandes these days?
Is there a difference between lunch and dinner?
I honestly don't recall the per person price. Check for 5 people was 214 including tax.....so an even $200 without, minus $20 large pitcher sangria, minus $6.00 two soft drinks = $174 / 5 people = $34/$35pp? Sound about right??? Yes I do believe lunch is cheaper but I cannot quote you that, also they had a discounted "late night" price from 10-11 or something like that going on over the summer.
Due to my New Years resolution/ new diet, there won't be any more "big ole'" steaks in my immediate future, but I can still enjoy a couple of these "normal ole" sized steaks. 8oz strip from TJ's it was grass fed, hormone free(?) and a bunch of other things I didn't pay much attention to until I tasted it and it was a very tasty piece of meat. Side's of 1 cup brown rice and 1 cup steamed broccoli. Ho-hum so it goes.....trying to get lean for 17!!!'
OK, I can't hold back, Braaawgh !
I live vicariously through those posts. I am so sad.
Say it ain't so ...
26 more days of my fat shred diet, then we will see where things take me. Hang in there....you can do it.
You're (all) welcome.
That was posted on Instagram by The Grand Tavern… The post says "Côte du boeuf, our 42 oz 30-day dry aged tomahawk for two. Don't forget to wrap the bone for your furry friends at home !" Or @NotJrvedivici