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Simple and Delicious! I still prefer my steaks grilled outside, but this is a wonderful way to prepare a steak indoors when the weather is bad. No sauces, just pure steak taste! My rib-eye was boneless, but very thick, so I had to increase the cooking time.

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breezermom March 17, 2012

We too used boneless ribeyes, and chose to use an outdoor grill because the weather was so beautiful. We've made ribeyes in the skillet also, and both ways are great. The dollop of butter really adds great flavor to the steaks and the herb brush makes the grillmaster (Rick in our case) look very cool using it! Very much enjoyed, thanks for sharing the recipe.

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2Bleu June 08, 2012

Yummy! I used New York steak and grilled them in my cast iron grill pan...came out perfect...no steak sauce needed...thanks for posting it! =)

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teresas April 15, 2013

I grill 3 out of 7 days a week during spring and summer and decided to try this recipe with bone-in ribeyes both on outside grill and inside in a skillet. I personally consider this recipe a grand slam, the tastiest rib eyes that ever touched my lips.

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punisher #1 July 11, 2012
The Perfect Steak, Says Chef Fabio