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Old 10-11-2007, 11:40 AM   #121
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Originally posted by Keltin
"Obviously there are many people that arenít bothered by a mouthful of fat, but it doesnít work for me."

MMMM fat. As long as it taste's good and doesnt kill me then im good with it. LOL
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Old 10-11-2007, 01:56 PM   #122
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"Obviously there are many people that arenít bothered by a mouthful of fat, but it doesnít work for me."

MMMM fat. As long as it taste's good and doesnt kill me then im good with it. LOL
Wasnít it Anthony Bourdain that said something like ďI donít care what it is or what is in it; all I know is it tastes good and I want itĒ!! Words to live by!
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Old 10-11-2007, 02:02 PM   #123
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who is Anthony Bourdain.... lol.
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Old 10-11-2007, 02:11 PM   #124
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who is Anthony Bourdain.... lol.


You've never heard of him? Let's say he is a very artciulate and rather outspoken, devil-may-care professional chef.

The May 2007 issue of Maxim had a rant by Anthony Bourdain about Kobe beef burgers. Apparently, there are restaurants that are grinding up Kobe beef and making it into hamburgers that cost $100.00.

Read Bourdainís take on this, and youíll get a good idea of his attitude and general POV and how heís not one to hold his tongue. It cracks me up every time I read that rant! Heís awesome!
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Old 10-11-2007, 02:25 PM   #125
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oh that guy. i have seen him once on a picture and that was it.
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Old 10-11-2007, 05:03 PM   #126
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I feel the same way about the Prime Rib burger hawked at Ruby Tuesday's. Why in the world would anyone grind up prime Rib into ground beef? That is simply stupid. I am amazed at cullinary idiosy of some of our general public, and the stupidity of those who try to palm off something of lesser value to anyone willing to listen to their misleading, and often insulting advertizing and sales campains.

If I'm going to pay for USDA prime anything, I'm going to grill it, barbecue it, or cook it in a manner befitting the cut.

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Old 10-12-2007, 09:36 AM   #127
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I feel the same way about the Prime Rib burger hawked at Ruby Tuesday's. Why in the world would anyone grind up prime Rib into ground beef? That is simply stupid. I am amazed at cullinary idiosy of some of our general public, and the stupidity of those who try to palm off something of lesser value to anyone willing to listen to their misleading, and often insulting advertizing and sales campains.

If I'm going to pay for USDA prime anything, I'm going to grill it, barbecue it, or cook it in a manner befitting the cut.

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Seriously, a burger can ONLY get so good. I prefer the sirloin black Angus burger for me. The flavor of the burger gets hidden with all the bacon and cheese and sauces. So why waste prime meat on something your not gonna taste to much.
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