I see these humongous bones attached to a middling rib steak, the long rib bone completely stripped of meat. These things are labelled “Tomahawk Steaks.” Why is anyone paying $20 a pound for a big useless bone? Is it just for show? Or is it a throwback to the Flintstones?
My 2¢: it’s for show. Makes no sense to pay for the extra bone unless maybe for your dog.
Thanks. I’ve always wondered that myself. Seems like a waste of money.
Guys who order tomahawk steaks usually get to the restaurant in their Corvette Z06s.
Makes for a great social media photo op.
And all the nice rib meat is sold for premium hamburger, doubling the value of the naked bone.
I was going to say an F250 with a lift kit and straight pipes, but we’re on the same page.
It’s so you don’t need to use a fork or knife.