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Bone-in NY strip roast

I accidentally bought a bone-in NY strip roast instead of boneless. At this point, is it best to cut off the bone before or after roasting? And is there a way to do it without it looking like a hack job?

asked by Christine Mach Merrill almost 2 years ago

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added almost 2 years ago

I would definitely cook it on the bone (yum! more flavor!). Finish cooking, let it rest and then trim away from bone and slice for portions.

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added almost 2 years ago

After you de-bone it you might want to chew the last bits of meat of the bone where it is juiciest. you can cut the bone off easily once it is cooked.

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added almost 2 years ago

Keep the bone on! So much more flavor. After you cut it off, place it under the broiler to crisp it a bit, a magnificent treat! BB

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