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    The ones at Vons are SELECT and I imagine that the ones at the Beef Palace are CHOICE if not PRIME. There is a huge difference from one grade to the next in price and texture.

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    had some at Black Angus (shuttup) last night and it was good. not the best, but good.

    in case you're wondering, it's in Tustin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Len-Det64 View Post
    WOW, I paid 7.99 for mine at Vons without the rib attached. Custom cut from the deli.
    I paid the same amount too for prime rib w/ baked potato @ Ikea... Good stuff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rinkrat View Post
    The ones at Vons are SELECT and I imagine that the ones at the Beef Palace are CHOICE if not PRIME. There is a huge difference from one grade to the next in price and texture.
    Ralphs has a choice section in most locations (size varies by store, I've found), and usually has Filet Mignon, Ribeye, New York, Porterhouse and T-Bone available.

    The last time I was there, they had 2 outstanding Filets in a package which cost $22.00. They were very good. Served them with garlic sauteed veggies, and sauteed (w/ olive oil, basil and oregano) cherry tomatoes (done on the grill, using aluminum take-home containers from restaurants) as a garnish.
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    We made a 15-pound prime rib (with ribs) for Christmas. It was absolutely devine. We bought it at Sam's Club for $50.00. (~$3.30/lb)

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    Beef Palace kicks ass! Great quality meat and don't let the name fool you - one time I was in there and you could buy a whole pig head!

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    I've never cooked a large prime rib. :(

    For special dinners or when I'm not too lazy I hit up this company's places here in SD for my meat.
    http://www.iowameatfarms.com/
    Last edited by Fisch; January 10th, 2008 at 01:02 AM.

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