One suggestion for a ‘poor man’s ribeye’ would be the …

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One suggestion for a ‘poor man’s ribeye’ would be the Chuck Delmonico cut. It’s as nicely marbled, though never really as thick, and has great flavor. It’s also around $11/#, which makes it a bit more affordable and would work great in this preparation.

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