Which cut of steak do you like the best?

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  1. sim0n30 profile image57
    sim0n30posted 7 years ago

    I go through various feeling about this, i used to say sirloin, then i went for rib eye, but these days i seem to be going for rump more and more!

    1. qwark profile image56
      qwarkposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      I don't eat beef.
      It's too damned hard to digest.
      It can sit in your bowels and rot!
      Naw, I'll pass on this subject.sad
      Qwark

    2. averageguypov profile image59
      averageguypovposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      Ribeye. The is by far my favorite. Also, its not just the cut but how its cooked as well. Medium rare for me. When I worked in a restraunt when people would order a steak, especially the filet (overrated), and ask for it well done or butterflied it would make me sad. Might as well eat beef jerky imo.

    3. cheaptrick profile image73
      cheaptrickposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      Welcome to the club...Yaaa,I like that Rump allot.Yaaa,love that rump:)
      Seriously though,it's got to be Delmonico on a grill with just a hint of mesquite smoke and very rare.The best!

    4. chinesegreentea profile image53
      chinesegreenteaposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      I like the fillet Mignon very much. It is a steak cut of beef taken from the tenderloin, or psoas major of the beef carcass, usually a steer or heife.
      So I like the tender beef very much.

  2. reversecharles profile image54
    reversecharlesposted 7 years ago

    Porterhouse!

  3. Supreme Galooty profile image57
    Supreme Galootyposted 7 years ago

    Favorite steak: It ALWAYS changes and frequently depends on the location. In a high end steakhouse it is always the New York strip. In a low end cafe or steakhouse it's always the sirloin. At home it varies depending on mood, and also availability at the market. T-bone, porterhouse, rib eye (cooked a little extra due to the high fat content,) they're all great. The only cut I DON'T prefer is the tenderloin. If you notice, the tenderloins always cry out for a sauce of one sort or another. Otherwise they would have no flavour at all.

  4. Ron Montgomery profile image60
    Ron Montgomeryposted 7 years ago

    Just finished a flat-iron for dinner.  They're a great value because most people are not familiar with them.

    Little known fact:  The tenderloin (fillet mignon) is the tenderest cut, but lacks flavor.  Second most tender? Flat-iron, which has a lot more flavor.

  5. Kangaroo_Jase profile image79
    Kangaroo_Jaseposted 7 years ago

    I have never been steakist in my life so all of the cuts are best.

  6. sim0n30 profile image57
    sim0n30posted 7 years ago

    Yeah i would say fillet is my least favourite cut, it is usually accompanied by an overly rich sauce as it does lack flavour. I like the sound of the flat-iron!

  7. Pearldiver profile image77
    Pearldiverposted 7 years ago

    If you were waiting for answers before you ate... then you died two weeks ago! smile

    Which cut of steak do I like best? hmm

    Def the piece that doesn't go "Mooooooooooooo!!" when I wrap my mouth around it!! big_smile

    Did I have the right end of your question? hmm

  8. Jaynie2000 profile image90
    Jaynie2000posted 7 years ago

    Definitely filet mignon.

  9. Canklefish profile image71
    Canklefishposted 7 years ago

    Ribeye, which is actually the same cut of beef as prime rib, only prepared differently. Nice fatty piece of meat, which makes for nice marbling and great beef flavor.

  10. bbqspices59 profile image62
    bbqspices59posted 7 years ago

    Ribeye is the best for me because it has the best beef flavor.
    I would suggest the bone in because it has more flavor with the bone in. You can get a butcher to cut it for you or some meat departments already have it out. Of course, it is more costly, but compared to steak houses, it's worth the money. It's also easy to cook. another good cut is tri-tip but you must not over-cook it. Cook it no more done than medium because it will be chewy if cooked any more than that. the quality of the beef also makes a difference, so look for USDA prime but if not that, choice is good also.

  11. craigb182 profile image60
    craigb182posted 7 years ago

    For sheer quality it has to be the fillet. However the T-bone provides the tenderness of the fillet on one side.

  12. profile image0
    cherriesageposted 7 years ago

    Ribeye has immaculate flavor and tends to melt in your mouth upon eating. I love the ribeye!

  13. tobey100 profile image61
    tobey100posted 7 years ago

    Which ever cut is on the plate I'm happen to be eating from.  I love any and all steak.  No favorites.  Just bring on the meat.

  14. starme77 profile image68
    starme77posted 7 years ago

    Ribeye all the way smile Med - Rare with a1 and some hot sauce and a fried tater or two smile

  15. cre8tive profile image83
    cre8tiveposted 7 years ago

    Rare rib-eye if I'm cooking it to eat there and then, preferably with thick homemade paprika chunky chips and peppercorn or red wine sauce (which may or may not be homemade depending on how lazy I'm feeling) plus a bit of rocket on the side.

    If I'm doing it for a thai beef salad, which is the other steak staple dish I do then it's rare fillet, wrapped and cooled for 24hrs.

    And now I'm hungry ..... and suddenly chicken sitr fry isn't sounding quite so good ...

  16. profile image0
    Home Girlposted 7 years ago

    Just mash potatoes with gravy, please...

  17. j.amie profile image59
    j.amieposted 7 years ago

    Cowboy rib-eye!  I love how Ruth's Chris does it....mmmmm.

  18. TammyHammett profile image57
    TammyHammettposted 7 years ago

    Filet all the way!!!! Rib-eye comes in a close second.  I just don't want to see any red juice on my plate.

  19. Shadesbreath profile image82
    Shadesbreathposted 7 years ago

    Rib eye, for sure.

  20. eovery profile image62
    eoveryposted 7 years ago

    If I am broiling it myself, I will take a T-bone, thick.  If I go to a good restaurant, I will take a Filet Mognon.

  21. MissE profile image78
    MissEposted 7 years ago

    Filet mignon, medium.  I had one that was stuffed with sauteed onions, garlic, and mushrooms and it was SOOOOOOO goooood!!!!!  Steak is my fav. food though so I wouldn't turn down any of the cuts! big_smile

  22. joleenruffin profile image55
    joleenruffinposted 7 years ago

    I used to say filet mignon or a new York steak but lately I have been tasting some really good brisket. I know that the fattier the cut the better...so I don't indulge too often.

  23. lilibees profile image62
    lilibeesposted 7 years ago

    New York Strip, t-bone both yumo's.

  24. habee profile image93
    habeeposted 7 years ago

    A thick Porterhouse, cooked Pittsburg rare!

  25. j.amie profile image59
    j.amieposted 7 years ago

    I have a 20 oz ribeye in my fridge now to go along with the snow crab legs that we'll be having for Christmas...and a nice Chateauneuf du Pape!

  26. Dalyinx profile image77
    Dalyinxposted 7 years ago

    I prefer filet mignon or prime rib.

    1. Druid Dude profile image59
      Druid Dudeposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      I vote that up Dalyinx. MMMM!

  27. philzgrill profile image78
    philzgrillposted 7 years ago

    I like the Porterhouse by far.  It's an absolute joy to cook and eat!

  28. ediggity profile image62
    ediggityposted 7 years ago

    T Bone medium, or Tri Tip.

  29. Pcunix profile image90
    Pcunixposted 7 years ago

    I used to think it was wonderful. Then we just stopped eating it for several months and when I had one after that,  it tasted great but it made my head feel odd later.. Not a headache, but an "almost headache".

    So, another few months and I had a hamburger. Same thing, tasted great but not so great later.

    I went a year without beef, tried a hamburger once again. Better tasting than ever, but this tine, really sick. Major headache, upset stomach.

    I won't touch it again.

  30. Midnight Oil profile image80
    Midnight Oilposted 7 years ago

    You can afford steak !! !!

    I am only a poor writer, and I am really lucky to get oxtail soup, without the oxtail wink

    I had steak flavoured chips once, does that count?

  31. LC WARD profile image77
    LC WARDposted 7 years ago

    Beef is my favorite protein.  (I grew up on the cheaper tougher cuts of meats such as chuck steak, round steak, round roasts and organ meats. What I don't like is how those less expensive cuts of meats taste the same once they have cooked the alloted 2 plus hours in the dutch oven or crockpots.  What they are cooked with imparts the overall taste to these meats.  So what if these meats become tattered shreds of their former state, they still take on the flavors cooked into the broth.)

    So to answer your question: I truly love a Porterhouse steak fried in real butter with garlic salt and pepper to a Medium well doneness..

  32. Cookin' Cowgirl profile image60
    Cookin' Cowgirlposted 7 years ago

    I'm a dyed in the wool carnivore!

    I rarely eat steak in a restaurant, since they won't serve it the way I eat it. Notice I said "serve", not "cook".

    Give me a new york strip that is so rare, that you can still see the muscle twitching, and I'm a happy camper....

    Give me one that I have to chase across the table, cause it's trying to get away... I've died and gone to Heaven!

  33. SmartAndFun profile image97
    SmartAndFunposted 7 years ago

    I vote for NY strip also. My dh gets these terrific New York strip steaks at Costco. They are not cheap but they are so worth the splurge on special occasions! He is a master at grilling them and they turn out every bit as good as the ones at Del Frisco's. I need to quiz him about his technique and write a hub on how he does it!

  34. Wayne Orvisburg profile image73
    Wayne Orvisburgposted 7 years ago

    Ribeye for sure!

    1. tonymead60 profile image93
      tonymead60posted 7 years agoin reply to this

      yes I agree, roast on Wayne

  35. thisisoli profile image70
    thisisoliposted 7 years ago

    I like the cut that is on my plate big_smile

  36. profile image0
    Home Girlposted 7 years ago

    salmon steak for sure big_smile

  37. eatlikenoone profile image64
    eatlikenooneposted 7 years ago

    Have to go with beef tenderloin (filet mignon). I buy the whole tenderloin and slice it up into steaks and roasts.

  38. tonymead60 profile image93
    tonymead60posted 7 years ago

    give me a 'rib-eye' smothered in onions and garlic, with real English mustard. Add a glass of bitter...Perfect.

  39. mulva profile image56
    mulvaposted 7 years ago

    Definitely a ribeye. Has the most flavor.

  40. profile image47
    deans0430posted 7 years ago

    I dont eat that much steak, but when I do it is definitely a rib eye topped with carmelized onions and gorgonzola cheese.

  41. Ryancb4928 profile image72
    Ryancb4928posted 7 years ago

    Aright, A question right up my alley lol I am an expierienced meat cutter and a full time chef. I will make this quick and painless. The most tender steak I would definitely have to say the Filet or Tenderloin. People looking for flavor and Tendernous should go with the Porterhouse as it is half Strip and half Filet.I am personally NOTTT a ribeye or delmonico fan which do come from the same loin. Ribeye does carry flavor, but by far the fattiest loin there is. I feal like im eating plain fat when I try the delmonico. I use to like sirloin, untill I started cutting it. Why do you thinnk there is so much flavor? Hmmmm, probably because it stems right off the butt hole haha. Thats the God honest truth. This is why they can be tougher because of the nerves steming off. Now to answer the question, This a Marinade Steak btw, It's not easy to find but i would go with the BLACK DIAMOND STEAK!!!! NOW THATTTT IS FLAVOR! Tender if cooked correctly too. Thanks ")

  42. Lily Rose profile image86
    Lily Roseposted 7 years ago

    I'm not much of a red meat-eater, but when I do eat it, I love a good skirt steak on the grill - the absolute best tasting steak in my opinion!

  43. Bellamie profile image57
    Bellamieposted 7 years ago

    I like a nice lean piece of New York steak about once a year. Other than that its ground beef!

  44. profile image48
    AlwaysUnderPayposted 7 years ago

    New York Strip or a fillet!

  45. Mighty Mom profile image83
    Mighty Momposted 7 years ago

    Ribeye must have some kind of testosterone-attracting hormone or something! Notice how it is hands down the fave of most men here?
    As for me, make mine New York, please!

  46. Woman Of Courage profile image61
    Woman Of Courageposted 7 years ago

    T-bone steak is the best to me.

  47. ultimatekboxing profile image56
    ultimatekboxingposted 7 years ago

    I'm a fillet girl - rare to blue please, with a good red wine.

  48. easyfreerecipes profile image59
    easyfreerecipesposted 7 years ago

    filet for sure. i wouldn't say i get to eat it as much as i
    d like, but it is so good.  love to top it with a blue cheese crust or some mushrooms with red wine reduction. mmmmm!

  49. camlo profile image88
    camloposted 7 years ago

    I hardly ever eat steaks, but if I do, it's a medium-rare filet with herb butter.

  50. mrsjaneyp profile image59
    mrsjaneypposted 7 years ago

    fillet steak for tenderness. Sirloin has more taste.

    1. eatlikenoone profile image64
      eatlikenooneposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      I agree with you. I Iove the taste of sirloin.

 
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