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Hello, I'm just a butcher who enjoys good food, new ideas and imparting some knowledge. I realize alot of people even some Professional Chefs don't know a whole lot about meat, and the first thing I learned in this business is you can never know it all. So I hope to learn some new things as well.:lips: Please feel free to contact me with any questions.
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Nice to see a butcher, I have always wondered what that trade would be like but i can't even kill a spider lol... I can eat it as long as I don't see it die.
Just another young apprentice eager to develop into the master.
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post #3 of 7
Hi ButcherMan! :)

Great to have you here. :D

dan
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Welcome ButcherMan! My dad cut meat for his uncle's small grocery during the Depression, so I learned a thing or two about cuts and choosing meat. I have a great relationship (it's just business!) with my butcher and enjoy discussions about meat. So to me, you're not "just" a butcher.

So what do you do with all that great meat? We'll look forward to your posts.

Regards,
Mezzaluna
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post #5 of 7

best cut of meat

Hello

I just bought a new wolf range with a grill/griddle in the middle. what cut of meat do you think would come out the best. I know very little on grilling.
Thanks Angel Eyes
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Angel Eyes, try posting that question in the recipes forum. It'll get better visibility there.

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BidBadButcher,
Welcome!!!! I am a little concerned that you may be overwhelmed with questions! I'm real excited to learn a little about butchering. It was 30 yrs ago in school I had some training, but I often don't recognize the names given to parts now.
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