I ordered a "Florentine Steak" the other night at a local restaraunt.
Came out with a 3' rack of beef on his shoulder. Tossed it on a butchering board in the main dining room and he pulled out a cleaver and went to town. The steak was, no exagerrating, 3" thick and hung off the plate. It was grilled over a wood fire in the fire place, cooked for maybe 10 minutes with flames licking all over it and served with seasoning and spices. It was fantastic and the rawest beef I have ever eaten. I had to ask to have it put back on the fire to warm up the center near the bone. I am not a raw meat eater at all, medium well usually, but apparently they don't do that here but it didn't need it. Must have been the way it is cured or something but it was tender in its luke warm state.
...since we are talking prime rib and all...
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