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1 hour ago, chef said:

I've eaten (and served) plenty of veal.  Including bobby aka drop veal.  In some ways not so different.  We just have a system where we conveniently forget how our plates of food came to be.

Well, some do.

Personally, I think everyone should experience having warm venison or beef blood up to their elbows at least once in their lifetime.

Or having to club a large fish to death on the deck of a boat, lest it break your ankle thrashing around, and then learning the techniques required to extract a flawless fillet that doesn't also generate waste.

 

One acquires a real appreciation for not only the flavor and texture of meat, but also gains greater respect for its preparation and all that goes into making it top quality table fare.

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3 hours ago, JakePA_Titan said:

Wasn't intended to get laughs.

 

Idk how your joke shows a better sense of humor being that it was obviously taken from Exchangagram.

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On 5/11/2019 at 11:32 AM, chef said:

I've eaten (and served) plenty of veal.  Including bobby aka drop veal.  In some ways not so different.  We just have a system where we conveniently forget how our plates of food came to be.

Completely off topic but someday when we meet, we are going to have a filet competition.  I think that is the one area I might be able to get over on your cooking skills.

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1 hour ago, abenjami said:

Completely off topic but someday when we meet, we are going to have a filet competition.  I think that is the one area I might be able to get over on your cooking skills.

A filet? Sorry dude, you already lost.

 

Let's start ribeye. Or short ribs. Beef cheeks.

 

But really I'd let you cook anything just so someone else cooks for me. 

 

 

 

 

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31 minutes ago, chef said:

A filet? Sorry dude, you already lost.

 

Let's start ribeye. Or short ribs. Beef cheeks.

 

But really I'd let you cook anything just so someone else cooks for me.

Ribeye?

Did somebody say Ribeye?

 

I want in on that contest.  But I'm bringin' my own cast iron.

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