The Finch Formerly Known As Gold

23 October 2005

As ascertained by experiment

I have no reason to think that beef at sixteen dollars a pound is anywhere near twice as good as beef at eight dollars a pound, even if filet mignon does sound a little spiffier than your average ribeye.

(We won't get into the fine points of, say, ground beef at $2.89. And before you ask, this was an impulse purchase, motivated by this very spirit of experimentation and by a projected vacant grilling day.)

Posted at 9:13 PM to Worth a Fork

Ribeye tastes better than filet... Filet is too lean. It's very tender, but that's about it...

Always remember: fat is flavor :-)

Posted by: Brad Warbiany at 8:28 AM on 24 October 2005