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Favorite cut of meat

Discussion in 'Food Talk' started by Ps3udonymous, May 15, 2019.

  1. May 15, 2019 at 3:39 PM
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    Beef tri-tip
    Chicken wings
    Turkey Breasts
    Pig bacon
     
  2. May 15, 2019 at 3:43 PM
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    I am a meat eater. EVERYTHING!
    Mostly anything game wise...elk, deer, antelope, oryx
    Porterhouse and Ribeye for beef
    Thick pork chops are high on the list too.
     
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    Fresh grilled up Alaskan halibut steaks and sockeye salmon fillets that you caught two hours ago.
     
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  5. May 15, 2019 at 3:47 PM
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    And Black cod cheeks in a brown sugar soy sauce glaze for dessert :drool:
     
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    Me either, dont know that I would want to. They are some mean and foul critters.
     
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    You guys are sick. Those animals have feelings and are tortured and over fed their entire lives just for the consumer to enjoy. Left in tiny cages just big enough for them to stand......:rofl:

    I prefer tri tip and ribeye
     
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    Brisket.
     
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  9. May 15, 2019 at 3:48 PM
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    :facepalm:
     
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    Agh don’t lol. Here in hawaii that’s a delicacy:(
     
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    I used to really love skirt steak but I honestly would love to try and smoke a brisket on my own
     
  13. May 15, 2019 at 3:52 PM
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    How do you keep the papers lit?:rasta:
     
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    That guy who does Bizarre Foods, Zimmern, was somewhere in Africa and fresh butchered camel was "spot lighted" but naturally he preferred the the non steak parts....sheesh.. I'll try anything at least once.....now let's bring up the Argentine ribeye and chimichurri.....when will you be back? :drool:
     
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  15. May 15, 2019 at 3:54 PM
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    So true. I love Spam. I've had Spam ice cream!
     
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    Just do it. Takes 18 hours but its worth it. Once you do a couple you will be over the fear and realize its really easy.
     
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  17. May 15, 2019 at 3:55 PM
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    ...ask @COMiamiFan about the ZigZags.
     
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    Ribeye and if I could eat a NY strip like I was served at a restaurant in Marathon Florida a number of yeasts back I would eat that everyday of the week!! It was literally the best steak and dang sure the best NY strip I have ever eaten in my life!!! It was the restaurant behind the motel down the main drag past the aquarium about three mile or so!! They only served 8 or 9 main dishes but each one was good but that dang NY strip was the best!!!! Oh by the way did I mention that the NY strip was very very GOOD???!!!!.:)
     
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  19. May 15, 2019 at 3:58 PM
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    The Kobe steers I saw were pastured but brought inside for "desert and massage". Go to a place the raises thousands of fryer chickens. You'll never eat chicken again. Go free range for every meat....and the massage and sake... heh...heh.
     
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    Suggest a specific type of grill or smoker?
     
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    Also, Walleye cheeks
     
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    Haven't had but looking forward to it...
     
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    Oh I do love the taste of grass fed or bison meat. I love game flavor as well. I recently sadly gave up pork due to eating some terrible very fatty pork. I’ll go back eventually.
     
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    Not soon enough...
     
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    Hell if I know. See post #73....
     
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    So many animals to choose from...

    Everyday availability I'd say ribeye.
    If successful that year, nothing beats venison tenderloin
     
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    Bison ribs are killer but YUGE. You have to blanch them unless you want a massive grill fire from all the fat. ......don't ask...heh...heh...trial by error.....dang it
     
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    Yep...even better...high country elk back straps if you have them in your state to hunt. @Elk Hunter should respond if not blowing up mail boxes.
     
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    Elk hunting here sucks. Nice elk, and good numbers, but the regs suck. Rifle can only hunt spikes in most units. West side of the state has better rules but not as good hunting. It's great if drawn for speciality hunts though.
     
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