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I ate some beef cheeks this weekend

Mantorp (142371) writes | more than 9 years ago

Wine 10

If you stick a meat item on a menu and make it look like a proper meal I will order it.

The beef cheeks in this BBQ restaurant were described as the darkest most tender cut of beef there is. The flavor was great but the meat was almost too tender, similar to why I prefer NY strip to filet. Also to be honest the thought of eating cheeks did weird me out a bit.

If you stick a meat item on a menu and make it look like a proper meal I will order it.

The beef cheeks in this BBQ restaurant were described as the darkest most tender cut of beef there is. The flavor was great but the meat was almost too tender, similar to why I prefer NY strip to filet. Also to be honest the thought of eating cheeks did weird me out a bit.

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hello homo (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12545266)

do you feel any teh gheyer now that you put beefy cheeks in your mout?

Re:hello homo (1)

smitty_one_each (243267) | more than 9 years ago | (#12545313)

See, now, that was way too common...

Re:hello homo (1)

Mantorp (142371) | more than 9 years ago | (#12545675)

I might have been kissing an old cow.

It had to be asked... (1)

Jeremiah Cornelius (137) | more than 9 years ago | (#12545302)

Front or back?

Re:It had to be asked... (1)

Mantorp (142371) | more than 9 years ago | (#12545819)

I think the back would be the round, because beef-ass didn't do well in the focus groups.

Re:It had to be asked... (1)

Jeremiah Cornelius (137) | more than 9 years ago | (#12547289)

So, you're telling me Theatre-in-the-Round means, what!??!

the thought of eating cheeks did weird me out (1)

Cy Guy (56083) | more than 9 years ago | (#12545608)

to be honest the thought of eating cheeks did weird me out a bit.

Well, what do you think goes into hamburger, hot dogs, balogna, salami, etc. etc.?

Plus if the sauce is particular good if gives you the opportunity to tell someone - hey, me and my buddy are going out to suck face together - wanna join us?

Re:the thought of eating cheeks did weird me out (1)

Mantorp (142371) | more than 9 years ago | (#12545761)

Well, what do you think goes into hamburger, hot dogs, balogna, salami, etc. etc.?

I know, everything but the oink, or the moo as it were.

Re:the thought of eating cheeks did weird me out (1)

kormoc (122955) | more than 9 years ago | (#12546205)

nah, there's a lot that doesn't go into hot dogs or sausage or what not.

it's that stuff that's used to make scrapple! Yummy yummy yum yum! :)

Re:the thought of eating cheeks did weird me out (1)

Mantorp (142371) | more than 9 years ago | (#12546277)

In my younger days I was a big fan of head cheese.
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