Reverse seared bone-in ribeye steaks that are drizzled with olive oil, a simple seasoning of salt and pepper, and a finish of lemon juice to seal in the juices of this AMAZING cut of steak.
Ok, folks. It has been a HOT minute since I posted something new.
This isn't new. I actually photographed this steak LAST YEAR.
And time got away from me...then it was fall and not an appropriate time for a summery grilling steak recipe.
But! It is such an AMAZING and AMAZINGLY EASY RECIPE that I continue to make my tomahawk steaks this way all the time!
I typically get my steaks from Moink but the ones in the picture are actually from The Honest Bison!
Either way, they are a great cut from locally sourced farms.
And I am not gonna lie...I am VERY proud of these photos.
One thing I have learned from my years learning food photography is red meat is HARD to make look pretty.
Especially BURGERS. But I am also proud of how these burgers turned out. And these burgers...
But I could come up with a WHOLE shload of excuses as to why I haven't been active on the blog...
1. We have adopted a new PUPPY! Yup! Meet Koda our Great Pyrenees pup. Jake and I have never had a dog or puppy before so after a few months of adapting to training,toys, puppy school, and doggie daycare...I am OBSESSED with him. Chewy.com has been basically where all my money has been going LOL. But he is almost 6 months old and the biggest sweet heart and goober. I am SO in LOVE. <3
2. We have tackled WAY too many house projects. From helping out at Jake's grandma's to painting our kitchen (including the cabinets!) to installing two new mini HVAC units outside on the detached garage aka our gym (HELLO no more super hot workouts!) the LAST thing I want to do is cook up some new recipes.
3. I sort of lost my mojo. Between Koda and everything at work... plus moving forward with a new road on my food freedom journey. (I will post more about my new way of eating (TRUE FREEDOM) later). But it sort of gave me writer's block. I am getting back into the groove of things. So I will slowly get back into things here! Just taking time off and showing some self care for me.
Alllllllll of that to say.... I am trying and that you NEED to try these Florentine Style Bone-In Rib-Eye Steaks!
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Florentine Style Bone-In Ribeye Steaks
- Total Time: 40 minutes
- Yield: 4 1x
These are hands down the BEST way to cook bone in ribeye steaks on the grill! We get the grill marks and it remains juicy and full of flavor!
- 4 bone in rib eyes
- 1 tsp salt
- 1 tsp pepper
- 1 tbs olive oil
- Juice from 1 lemon
- Preheat grill on low to 250F
- While the grill is heating up, rub the oil on both sides of the steaks then liberally season with the salt and pepper
- Grill steaks (covered) for 30 minutes (low and slow here folks)
- Remove steaks and turn grill up to 400F
- Brush steaks with the lemon juice and return to sear on the hot grill for 1 minute per side.
- Allow to rest for 10 minutes
- Cook Time: 40 min
- Category: Dinner
- Method: Grill
- Cuisine: American
Keywords: grilling recipe, grilled steak, traeger steak recipe, bone in ribeye
Really good looking recipe. What are the pros and cons of this method vs. sous vide and then finishing on the grill?
Thanks Dick! I am actually not super familiar with cooking sous vide. If you try it then let me know!
These ribeye steaks were wonderfully delicious. Very flavorful and felt very upscale! -- Also your doggie is adorable 🙂
No need to pay the high prices to go out to dinner. This steak is perfection. Made at home saves so much money.
RIGHT??? We don't even get steak out anymore thanks to this recipe! Tastes so much better and saves $$$
Made this the other night and it was such a hit. It cooked up perfectly and we all really enjoyed it. Will be making again!
Love to hear this Gina! SO so happy you loved this steak!
Nothing is better than a juicy bone-in steak. I love the simplicity of this recipe with the zing of a little lemon. Perfection.
Thanks so much Beth! Simple is sometimes best! And the lemon really does bring out a whole new flavor on this cut!
I can't wait to try this for dinner! This is such an easy and delicious way to enjoy a ribeye, our favorite!
Thank you so much Kathryn! I truly hope you try and LOVE this recipe as much as we do!
can it be cooked on stove top?