Discussion in 'Wackbag's Mean Cusine' started by Hudson, Apr 6, 2013.
We have officially become a nation of dullards.
Whats wrong with the steaks we got? They named pretty guud.
I'm certain this has nothing to do with helping the consumer, as the story implies, but everything to do with lowering standards and fucking the consumer.
Lower quality cuts are going to fit under the new names, count on it.
I for one like this, and think they should take it further. Maybe cook the meat for us, and set up some tables so we can eat it right there in the store. Make various drinks and appetizers available, maybe a few sides, and they have a great idea.
I had a Meat Science class in college. Learned every retail cut in beef, pork and lamb. Learned every muscle name in Latin, too. Now I can axe for a Applebee's Twister or some shit when at the meat counter.
Oh well, when I butcher our own meat, I can still label the package correctly. "Medium size hunk tapering on one end to a point", etc.
I'd like one of them Outbacks and a half pound of Applebee patties.
This is kind of disappointing because I always kind of laugh when I order a Pork or Boston butt. Because I get to say butt.
sounds like a tri tip to me
but where do riblets come from?
Buncha no-reading-the-article faggots.
I also read that they're changing the name of the T-Bone to Koko.
Meat gazing 101?
come on Liddy, one more time
Just under the McRib section.
Who would classify changing "pork butt" to "Boston roast" as "easier to understand?" One tells you exactly what you're getting and the other doesn't even tell you what animal it's from.
Kiss my dick. Learn the names faggots.
KISS Pork Chops
I know Gene will sell anything, but a Jew and Pork Chops just doesn't seem very Kosher
Well, not exactly. Pork Butt is the shoulder. It's also the only animal that the shoulder is called the butt.
This is still retarded.
Some black people have a really high butt.
Is this what they mean by "Boston Roast?"
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it is big in Montana:
Onions, cheese, and mustard.
I don't know shit about the different cuts of meat, with steaks I just assume the more $ the better the meat. Seems pretty accurate.
I bought meat to make jerky yesterday, they had top round, bottom round, and eye of round. no idea what that's all about, just grabbed whatever had least fat.