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  1. #1
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    A few years ago they were 7.99 or 8.99 a lb. Now they are 13.99 a lb. WTF?
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    I dunno, mad cow disease?
    You can get em on sale if ya look around.
    Hey cockroach, don't bug me!

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    you are shopping at the wrong place
    my neighbor is a butcher shop he has them almost all the time for 7 or 8 a lb.

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    For $13.99 a lb. I'm going to the local steakhouse....$5 more and I have a complete dinner and no dishes.
    If everything was always done "by the book"....the book would never change.

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    must been at HVACPOPE"S place.
    he is cooking undefinable stuff all the time
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    Is it that much a pound ?????? or is that what it comes out to .......WITH FLAT RATE PRICING ????????? lol

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    Originally posted by dec
    Is it that much a pound ?????? or is that what it comes out to .......WITH FLAT RATE PRICING ????????? lol
    Ha ha ha. Try going into your local butcher shop and haggling with him. Ask him since you're a regular customer, can you sign up on a "Protein Maintenance Plan" and aquire flat rate pricing on beef, as well as "Priority Service".

  9. #9
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    My son is a chef and he gave me one of these a few years ago.


    Take any cut of meat and mariate it in vinegar or lemon juice for a few minutes. Run this "jaccard" over the meat and it is guranteed tender. Bottom line is that you don't have to buy the expensive cuts to get great tasting tender meat.

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    Originally posted by benncool
    My son is a chef and he gave me one of these a few years ago.


    Take any cut of meat and mariate it in vinegar or lemon juice for a few minutes. Run this "jaccard" over the meat and it is guranteed tender. Bottom line is that you don't have to buy the expensive cuts to get great tasting tender meat.

    i have one of them and it is AWSOME especially when my wife buys friggin london broil just cause its on sale.

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    Originally posted by benncool
    My son is a chef and he gave me one of these a few years ago.


    Take any cut of meat and mariate it in vinegar or lemon juice for a few minutes. Run this "jaccard" over the meat and it is guranteed tender. Bottom line is that you don't have to buy the expensive cuts to get great tasting tender meat.
    I too have one of these. It is better than awesome...

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    Originally posted by t527ed
    Originally posted by benncool

    i have one of them and it is AWSOME especially when my wife buys friggin london broil just cause its on sale.
    Man, if my wife makes me London broil, home fries and over easies for Sunday breakfast, I feel like the king of the world.

  13. #13
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    Originally posted by lk

    someone say Spam ?

    Here's your Spam.
    I'll be grilling T-Bones tonight with baked potatoes, salad and margarittas.

    [Edited by mattm on 07-03-2006 at 04:26 PM]

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