rib-eye

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rib-eye

or rib eye  (rĭb′ī′)
n.
A cut of meat, usually beef, taken from the outside of the rib.
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At Jim's Fallbrook Market in West Hills, prime New Yorks and rib-eyes ring up close to $19, a range co-owner Pat McQuaid calls ``pretty darn high.
If you line up 10 jalapenos or cut into 10 rib-eyes - they are all different.
You'll find large portions of specialties like charbroiled rib-eye, pan-seared, pepper-crusted tenderloin with port wine sauce, smothered Texas T-bone topped with cacciota cheese enchiladas, chicken fried steak, mashed potatoes, cream gravy, venison ribs with apricot glaze, calf fries with spicy tomato gravy and more on the menu.