Is it just my perception?
- mucho gordo Apr 3, 2012 12:46 PM
I find that bone-in steaks are not as tender as boneless. Does the bone have any bearing on how tender the meat is?
Well, I find that bone in pork chops have more flavor than boneless. I don't know about tenderness though. I hate the trend of boneless chops and steaks.
I'm guessing but I think MG is talking about a bone in strip or ribeye and a boneless strip or ribeye. I've never done a side by side to compare tenderness but the grade of meat needs to be the same for this type of test. Also remember that 2 prime graded steaks can be widely different in marbling. One can be at the top of the prime grade and one near the boarder of prime and choice
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