Chuck Eye Roll

Also Known As: Chuck Eye; Mock Ribeye

Separated from the Under Blade section of the Chuck Roll. Often cut into Chuck Eye Roasts and Steaks, and can be cut into Boneless, Country-Style Ribs. Chuck Eye Roll cuts will possess rich flavor and good tenderness.
Butcher's Note

The top portion of the Chuck Roll that most resembles a Ribeye Roll.

Where This Cut Comes From:

Chuck Primal

Chuck Primal | Primal Cut

This large primal comes from the shoulder area and yields cuts known for their rich, beefy flavor. Features roasts ideal for slow-cooking as well as more tender, grill-ready cuts such as the Flat Iron Steak.

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Cuts From This Subsection

This cut is a good value with loads of beef flavor. Roast to highlight natural tenderness and flavor.

A low-cost alternative to the Rib Eye Steak. A tender and savory cut great for grilling.

Meaty, boneless ribs that work best in a slow-cooker or slow-cooked and finished on the grill.

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