But why in the world would one of the new cuts be called "Delmonico"? This "new" Delmonico appears to be the same as the cut formerly known as the Chuck Eye Steak. In addition, Delmonico is already used to describe at several other cuts.
- A very thick boneless Top Sirloin (from Delmonico's restaurant in New York, from the Short Loin Primal)
- A Club steak (T-bone with no tenderloin, from the Loin Primal)
- A boneless Rib-eye (from the Rib Primal)
- A boneless New York Strip Loin aka Kansas City Steak aka Ambassador steak... You get the picture.
The new Delmonico is from the Chuck Primal.
Just to illustrate how absurd this really is, take a look at this image. Do you suppose the next Delmonico will come from the Round Primal?
Anyways, I'm personally interested to try the Chuck Eye Steak aka Delmonico as from the description, it sounds relatively appealing. The Denver Steak, too. And it would be great if these new cuts do as well as the Flat Iron steak (Top Blade), which is a delicious and great on the grill.
But I really wish the new name were something other than Delmonico. It's confusing at best.
FYI, the other cuts are as follows.
Denver Steak: Seems to be a genuinely new cut, I am waiting to hear back from our trusted butcher.
America's Beef Roast: When rolled and tied, seems to be the same as the roast currently known as the Chuck Eye Roast.
Country Style Beef Ribs: Same beef as America's Beef Roast but cut into small portions that look a bit like ribs. No bones.
Country Style Beef Roast. Not sure what this is, cutting instructions aren't available on the Web site.