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Re: Beef, a Cutting Order? [Re: wabigoon] #14190019 10/09/19
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You cut it off the roast?

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Re: Beef, a Cutting Order? [Re: wabigoon] #14190264 10/09/19
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Depends on the cut and how its gonna be cooked.


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Re: Beef, a Cutting Order? [Re: wabigoon] #14190293 10/09/19
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Re: Beef, a Cutting Order? [Re: wabigoon] #14190304 10/09/19
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As to those 3/4" steaks, a couple years ago, Paul, and Deb had me convinced the T-bones weren't all bad.


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Re: Beef, a Cutting Order? [Re: wabigoon] #14190318 10/09/19
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Richard....what in the heck would an Australian know about good beef?

They will gladly brush the flies off a fevered up water buff and dig right in........

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Re: Beef, a Cutting Order? [Re: wabigoon] #14190337 10/09/19
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I love a T Bone. I'll take it over a rib eye.

Roasts are the cuts I utilize the least. I prepare steaks, groundmeat, stew meat, then the smaller braising or grilling cuts the most.

Ground is usually hamburgers or meatloaf. Stew meat in chili/soup/stews. Small braising cuts like thick cut ribs or shanks/neck bones are great in the crock. Thin cut flanken style ribs are great marinated and grilled.

About three weeks until this years steers get hung. Hope they are as good as last years. Was beyond pleased with the beef from our first foray into bovine husbandry.


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Re: Beef, a Cutting Order? [Re: wabigoon] #14190341 10/09/19
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Ow Big Jim, them sound much like fightin' words to me. laugh Nothin wrong with a thick steak.


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Re: Beef, a Cutting Order? [Re: FatCity67] #14190343 10/09/19
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Originally Posted by FatCity67
WAT? No Tri-Tip roasts?


Sorry just had to toss that in there from the left coast.



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Originally Posted by GregW
Originally Posted by FatCity67
WAT? No Tri-Tip roasts?


Sorry just had to toss that in there from the left coast.



Word....



Costco carries that garbage.....

Re: Beef, a Cutting Order? [Re: wabigoon] #14190423 10/09/19
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Or spider steaks?


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Re: Beef, a Cutting Order? [Re: wabigoon] #14190471 10/09/19
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We could of had the whole brisket, we took them cut into. A full brisket is a lot of meat. we can still cook both,


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A whole packer is just half right?

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Originally Posted by Jim_Conrad
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Originally Posted by FatCity67
WAT? No Tri-Tip roasts?


Sorry just had to toss that in there from the left coast.



Word....



Costco carries that garbage.....


Poor Jim....


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Re: Beef, a Cutting Order? [Re: GregW] #14190777 10/09/19
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Originally Posted by GregW
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Originally Posted by GregW
Originally Posted by FatCity67
WAT? No Tri-Tip roasts?
Sorry just had to toss that in there from the left coast.

Word....

Costco carries that garbage.....

Poor Jim....


LOL, seeing as how I get them from Safeway.


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Re: Beef, a Cutting Order? [Re: wabigoon] #14190797 10/09/19
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Who buys them from Costco.......(probably).

Re: Beef, a Cutting Order? [Re: Jim_Conrad] #14190966 10/09/19
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Originally Posted by Jim_Conrad
.75 inch steaks?


Thats criminal!


I like good steaks cut to 1.5 inches.


The crappers can be cut to 1 inch.


2 pound packages of burger, 4-6 pound roasts.


Save the tail, heart and tongue.


We save a brisket once in a while too. They cut them in half though....which I dont like.


Save the ribs as well.



Wife likes the flat irons.



Agreed. Cut your steaks less than 1.5" and use them for breakfast steaks of beef stroganoff.


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I tried going vegan, but then realized it was a big missed steak.
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Originally Posted by Jim_Conrad
.75 inch steaks?


Thats criminal!


I like good steaks cut to 1.5 inches.


The crappers can be cut to 1 inch.


2 pound packages of burger, 4-6 pound roasts.


Save the tail, heart and tongue.


We save a brisket once in a while too. They cut them in half though....which I dont like.


Save the ribs as well.



Wife likes the flat irons.



Agreed. Cut your steaks less than 1.5" and use them for breakfast steaks or beef stroganoff.


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Know fat, know flavor. No fat, no flavor.

I tried going vegan, but then realized it was a big missed steak.
Re: Beef, a Cutting Order? [Re: Jim_Conrad] #14191798 10/10/19
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Originally Posted by wabigoon
As to those 3/4" steaks, a couple years ago, Paul, and Deb had me convinced the T-bones weren't all bad.


Yep, they were eminently edible !! Great flavour too !

smile


Originally Posted by Jim_Conrad
Richard....what in the heck would an Australian know about good beef?

They will gladly brush the flies off a fevered up water buff and dig right in........


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Re: Beef, a Cutting Order? [Re: wabigoon] #14191928 10/10/19
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Thickness of steak, beans in chili, will the 'fire ever change? laugh


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Re: Beef, a Cutting Order? [Re: wabigoon] #14191983 10/10/19
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Not if I cook my beans and meat in a Teflon pot!


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