The nice German butcher we use
I have told you all before about the little German Butcher shop up in St. Labory, Il, where the guys get their deer made into summer sausage. They always freeze it and take it after all the hunting seasons are over, so it won't get mixed in with everyone else's deer, which may or may not be good.
They usually do this in February, but after Kim retired, the other guys have been too busy, so he picked up the frozen meat this morning and took it up there.
While he was there, he bought bacon, liver sausage, braunsweiger, brats, and homemade hot dogs, all made by them. He also ordered 3 prime sirloin steaks. We can't buy prime meats at the grocery store, at least not around here. Choice is the best we can do.
I'm looking forward to some great sirloin, cooked Philidelphia style. (charred on the outside, rare in the middle) Of course we'll enjoy all the other things as well.
We get by with a little help from our friends