I usually buy tomahawks at $28/kiloI often buy Tomahawks when they have been marked down 50%.They rarely mark down rib eye that much. I am talking for me to cook, not buy in a restaurant. I just keep my eye out and grab them at that price when I can.
Like all meats they have surged. Full price allowing for the bone I still find them cheaper.
I think their size frightens off people, and so they are often marked down.
But yes if they were charging for the bone I would not buy.
I didn't eat lamb for something like the first 40 years of my life, maybe more.What don't you like about it? I don't like fatty lamb, but I like lamb steaks, fillet or rump whatever.
I once met someone who disliked chicken, not because they were vegetarian or anything, he just said he didn't like the taste. The one and only person I ever met who didn't like the taste of chicken. (He later died, but that's probably coincidental).
I usually buy tomahawks at $28/kilo
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My quick vege hack is foil tray in Weber (can’t help it - when Covid started 3/2020 I was cooking lots of meals and incorrectly ordered 1000 foil trays from a catering company super cheap but still got plenty two years later).I agree. Eggplant also works well too.
I put a large free range chook on the bbq last night. I butterfly it, and start off with ten minutes breast side down on the grill, and then flip it over and leave on the plate and close the lid to finish it off, as I watch the cook on my phone. I had to crank up the heat a little during the cook otherwise it would have taken too long.