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Thread: Beef , Veal , Lamb , or Pork ? xx

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    Red face Beef , Veal , Lamb , or Pork ? xx

    I'm serious :

    What's your preference ?

    I love mutton (Kathmandu or Any Style) , but early on in my days in Dub I had some lamb and it just tasted so Lamb-y !

    Like really gamey.

    Been turned off it ever since , until last week (by accident) I bought some , and it's sort of okey-ish ..

    Couple of days ago got some piggie ribs (yumm) , this evening it's sirloin (was picking up some bones for pups ,

    what can I say ? Can't resist a good looking slab of meat ...)

    (but I'm still not happy with the cuts )



    Tell me , what's your preference ?





    *and yes , my mainstay would be fish and chicken and sea creatures ***
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    I have a dream that I storm an abotoir and liberate the animals. I then spend until lunchtime
    processing the workers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by warmcome View Post
    I have a dream that I storm an abotoir and liberate the animals. I then spend until lunchtime
    processing the workers.
    So you a vegetarian ?

    : Or sneak the occasional burger , egg , milk , cheese , salmon , trout , chicken , sushi ..... ?

    Wear leather ?

    What's your shoes made of ? Your belt ?





    I love meat , and not ashamed of it x

    Now it's only a question of which meat xx
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephanie View Post
    I'm serious :

    What's your preference ?

    I love mutton (Kathmandu or Any Style) , but early on in my days in Dub I had some lamb and it just tasted so Lamb-y !

    Like really gamey.

    Been turned off it ever since , until last week (by accident) I bought some , and it's sort of okey-ish ..

    Couple of days ago got some piggie ribs (yumm) , this evening it's sirloin (was picking up some bones for pups ,

    what can I say ? Can't resist a good looking slab of meat ...)

    (but I'm still not happy with the cuts )



    Tell me , what's your preference ?





    *and yes , my mainstay would be fish and chicken and sea creatures ***
    got to be a very tasty bit of rump for me, Stephanie

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    T-bone steak, medium rare, with pepper suace, and a carafe of burgundy. Wild mushrooms and sauté onions on the side.

    The best breakfast ever

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    I've always enjoyed a good sirloin steak Miss Stephanie, you can hardly go wrong with a nice cut of steak.

    But since I'm no longer in Ireland, I really have been missing having lamb; I used to make a really good lamb stew,and a friend of mine make great lamb ribs and chops along with polenta!

    I'm also missing the great cuts of pork loin, as Ireland has some of the best! I have yet to find an equivalent in my new location...

    Enjoy your cooking!
    Fighting the Good Fight...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cable87 View Post
    I've always enjoyed a good sirloin steak Miss Stephanie, you can hardly go wrong with a nice cut of steak.

    But since I'm no longer in Ireland, I really have been missing having lamb; I used to make a really good lamb stew,and a friend of mine make great lamb ribs and chops along with polenta!

    I'm also missing the great cuts of pork loin, as Ireland has some of the best! I have yet to find an equivalent in my new location...

    Enjoy your cooking!
    Ahhh ! A stew it should be so !!?? X

    : how ?
    I do what I want. I cannot do otherwise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cable87 View Post
    I've always enjoyed a good sirloin steak Miss Stephanie, you can hardly go wrong with a nice cut of steak.

    But since I'm no longer in Ireland, I really have been missing having lamb; I used to make a really good lamb stew,and a friend of mine make great lamb ribs and chops along with polenta!

    I'm also missing the great cuts of pork loin, as Ireland has some of the best! I have yet to find an equivalent in my new location...

    Enjoy your cooking!
    curiosity, Cable...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cosa Nostra View Post
    T-bone steak, medium rare, with pepper suace, and a carafe of burgundy. Wild mushrooms and sauté onions on the side.

    The best breakfast ever
    I'm like totally drooling lol !!





    I love that you'd have that as b'fast lol ! (You must be a young lad for sure lol !!)

    Back home I would've had it often enough lol >> some years ago x
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    If you're ever longing for some Italian sausage meat, you know who to call

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