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    Quote Originally Posted by sachem allison View Post
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    Nose hair trimmer? Size large.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brainsausage View Post
    It's nicknamed the butcher's tenderloin for a reason my friend- extra tasty, but quite an ugly cut. Which is why most butchers relegate it to a take home/grinding cut. And a lot of restaurants shy away from it because its none too appealing to look at whole, it's a ***** to slice it for plating(awkwardly shaped, and if youre selling high volume, slicing steaks is just a pain in general, we slice ours btw...)and if the customer doesn't cut against the grain whilst eating it- they'll think it to be rather tough due to its coarse grain. I personally love the suckers. One of my fave cuts, and I put it on my menu in various forms: tar-tar, meatballs, burgers, composed entrees- it's a very versatile cut. And fairly cheap too, if you know how to break em down.
    Yeah one of my faves too. But yes, ugly- you almost HAVE to slice it Both places I've worked that served it sliced it. I was a lot younger when I worked at the first, and sometimes I would 'accidentally' forget a sliver on the cutting board when I put the plate in the food window Is this technically a thread hijack since we're still discussing something ugly?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sachem allison View Post

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    What in the hell is that?

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    I don't know!!! for the love of god I don't know!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post




    What in the hell is that?
    Jeez. You guys need to get out more. It's a Cockroach chopper. Even has one engraved on the blade.

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    Polish dagger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bikehunter View Post
    Jeez. You guys need to get out more. It's a Cockroach chopper. Even has one engraved on the blade.
    I see--you slide the blade under the baseboards behind the roaches, then a good yank on the handle and it's better than Raid!
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