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In her latest Recipe Redux for the New York Times, Amanda hands off a foolproof roast beef recipe from 1966 to Harold Dieterle -- chef-owner of Kin Shop and Perilla in Manhattan and winner of the first ever Top Chef. His answer: Grilled Prime, Dry-Aged Rib-Eye Steak with Savory Crust.
Read the story and see both terrific recipes here. Note that the roasting chart for the 1966 recipe lists weight without ribs -- so either de-rib or increase the times slightly.