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 Bones vs. Boneless in a Ribeye Roast---what to do? Revised with results and pics

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EdSails

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Bones vs. Boneless in a Ribeye Roast---what to do? Revised with results and pics Fri, 04/1/11 6:55 PM (permalink)
Sunday I'm doing a ribeye roast. Once more I need to make the decision----bone-in vs. boneless. I know it's basically-----a little added flavor but less meat. vs. more meat and nothing to chew on. OK, carnivores-----what say you? Which way would you go? It's obviously much more than a "get more beef because it's boneless" argument------it's the look and possibly the taste. I'm figuring probably a six pound roast. What say you?
<message edited by EdSails on Mon, 04/4/11 6:19 PM>
 
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