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TheRealBastard 145:12
tri-tip
bacon
fried bird
Salmon


9/11/2012 10:34:13 AM

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pepsican 1445:46
Originally posted by Tibeerious
Originally posted by NobleSquirrel
Cow-short rib or brisket
Pig-ribs, picnic butt or head
Chicken-thighs or wing
Fish-walleye


I find it sad when people grind brisket or short ribs to make burgers. But as many people will tell you america doesnít have so much an eating problem as a cooking problem.


Did a Thomas Keller burger awhile ago. 2 parts sirloin, 1 part brisket, 1 part chuck, kosher salt, sea salt, ground pepper. Grind your own meat on this one. Handle the meat as little as possible making 1" thick patties. Cook for 5 minutes on each side, let rest for 10 minutes in a warm location. Damn near perfect.
9/11/2012 10:42:32 AM

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Tibeerious 1
Originally posted by pepsiedcan
Originally posted by Tibeerious
Originally posted by NobleSquirrel
Cow-short rib or brisket
Pig-ribs, picnic butt or head
Chicken-thighs or wing
Fish-walleye


I find it sad when people grind brisket or short ribs to make burgers. But as many people will tell you america doesnít have so much an eating problem as a cooking problem.


Did a Thomas Keller burger awhile ago. 2 parts sirloin, 1 part brisket, 1 part chuck, kosher salt, sea salt, ground pepper. Grind your own meat on this one. Handle the meat as little as possible making 1" thick patties. Cook for 5 minutes on each side, let rest for 10 minutes in a warm location. Damn near perfect.

Gimmick. Leave out the brisket and you wouldnít know the difference
9/11/2012 1:02:59 PM

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b3shine 5425:263
Cow - Porterhouse
Pig - Ribs
Chicken - Breast
Seafood (type of fish) - Halibut
9/11/2012 1:11:19 PM

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pepsican 1445:46
So add in more chuck to get the fat ratio to a proper level? Cube up some fat maybe? Iím not sure if the texture or flavor would be exactly the same.
9/11/2012 1:14:32 PM

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hellbilly 3249:139
Originally posted by dogfish120love
Iím surprised that no one has mention Pig: face





tastiest part of all creatures...
9/11/2012 1:20:57 PM

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GT2 8432:598
Cow: Hangar Steak/Hanging Tenderloin/Onglet Steak
Pig: Pork Belly
Chicken: Thigh
Seafood: Mackerel Sashimi
9/11/2012 1:35:42 PM

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GT2 8432:598
This thread is the reason for global warming #obama
9/11/2012 1:37:14 PM

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pepsican 1445:46
Originally posted by GT2
Mackerel Sashimi


Cured Saba? Spanish?
9/11/2012 1:37:15 PM

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Lukaduke 2185:60
Originally posted by pepsiedcan
Originally posted by GT2
Mackerel Sashimi


Cured Saba? Spanish?


Man I had sushi at Suzuki in Rockland ME and they had live mackerel in a bucket that they filleted seconds before it was served...

What a course, thanks for reminding me!
9/11/2012 2:33:20 PM

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