Foodie Friday: Beef Made Easy (Part Three)

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My father is a big fan of Westerns.  They always seemed a little formulaic to me.  White hat wearing good guys who save the day and rides into the western sunset.  Just as those cowboys marked the end of their journey, my discussion of beef is also riding into the sunset.  Before it ends, just a few more relevant pieces of information for you.

We have covered cuts of steak and their grading system.  We also have discussed different breeds of cattle.  This week the focus is on those fun adjectives that get thrown around when discussing beef.  These terms have become omnipresent in fine steak houses, but rarely do they take the time to explain what they mean.  Today we will uncover the mysteries behind these phrases.

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