Did you by any chance mean Ribes?
- n. Plural form of ribeye.
“At Wegmans, however, the ribeyes were a bit cheaper than the strips steaks, so I decided to give these a try.”
“Againn Tavern will offer wood-grilled items, such as ribeyes and free-range chicken, as well as popular dishes on the downtown menu, including fish and chips and bangers and mash.”
“Along with the filets, New York strips and prime ribeyes ($37-$42), meaty options include a popular veal meatloaf with mashed potatoes, wild mushrooms and bordelaise sauce ($24).”
“We put ribeyes thawed right from the store into the bags and actually have kept them in the freezer for more than a year; they are just as fresh as if I had put them in the freezer 2 weeks ago.”
“Please try to remember this the next time your in your local grocery store picking up some ribeyes for your weekend bbq.”
“Same ingredients are great for beef ribeyes or filet mignon also.”
“A lot of folks like meat from the tenderloin like chateaubriand and filet mignon because they are the more tender, but, because they are also leaner than ribeyes, filets don't have the flavor fat brings to the party.”
“At least I have enough respect for the animal to eat the resulting ribeyes.”
“I just did a mushroom "sauce" for ribeyes when Steve and I celebrated our 15th a couple of weeks ago.”
“With steak prices well into double digits, one local supermarket is fighting back with unit pricing: they have single ribeyes and New York strips, smallish ones, for a flat $5.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘ribeyes’.
these came into effect from 2011
List of words (or phrases) containing eye-, -eye-, or -eye. Beginning with red-eye and eyebright.
I've since begun adding other more oblique terms that lack the string -eye-, but that...
Looking for tweets for ribeyes.