The bone-in rib steak, or Cote de Boeuf, cut from ribs six through twelve, is full of flavor. It contains large eye muscle with elongated muscling, and is streaked with strips of fat that surround the rib eye. It has a good fat covering, and is usually prepared by roasting. Cote de boeuf is the king of roasting joints.
TIPS : Before eating it, let your “cote de boeuf” overnight in the fridge, out of the plastic bag, the meat will oxygenate and get red. When grilled on a BBQ or in the oven, let the meat rest 5 more minutes after cooking before cutting it.