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Old 03-13-2012, 12:34 PM   #71
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Never heard of a 12 bone roast. The standing rib (also called the prime rib) roast is part of the front portion of the ribcage, usually comprised of seven ribs total (on one side). Towards the rear of the animal, the T-Bones and porterhouses follow.

Rib and ribeye steaks would come from the same area as the standing rib roast.
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Thanks--your information helps!

I've been suffering a meat coma. We had a hamburger with macaroni creamy dish, followed by a sirloin steak and green salad w/ranch dressing, followed by a L bone roast with onions, potatoes, carrots, green beans and mushrooms. I've just woken up from the coma.

I hope to make a full recovery soon. Prayers are welcomed.
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Old 03-13-2012, 12:50 PM   #72
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Ha ha--@hotdogs. Frank Z you are right about understanding the parts of the cow.
I've cut up deer for years. The tenderloin, fried quickly, in butter with onions--well--we usually ate that the day we cut it up. Yesterday after getting the beef, we called it a 'meat celebration day'. (yes we are lame)

I'm sorely tempted to butcher half a cow myself the next time--just pay for the kill fee, gutting and cutting it in half. A deer only usually takes 4 hours 2 people, a cow--hmmm, 12 hours 2 people, 8 hours 3 people?

Oh and the freezer--it looks like something out of a supermarket--'tis beautiful! It's the 'I feel richer' effect (after going without for so long).
I'm doing 1/2 deer tomorrow--road kill--gutted within 10 minutes, been hanging to age for 10 days....I want those tenderloins and roasts!
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I'm doing 1/2 deer tomorrow--road kill--gutted within 10 minutes, been hanging to age for 10 days....I want those tenderloins and roasts!
When I lived in the country, DH (now ex) shot a deer and hung in a tree. He figured it was cold out, so why not. Then he got me to help haul it home. There were no tenderloins! The crows got them (and the eyes, but we didn't care about that).
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When I lived in the country, DH (now ex) shot a deer and hung in a tree. He figured it was cold out, so why not. Then he got me to help haul it home. There were no tenderloins! The crows got them (and the eyes, but we didn't care about that).
This was a "bump" on the way home from Food Basics...leave it or bring it home...the tenderloins are MINE. The chickens can have the eyes. It has been hanging in an outbuilding...the dogs have been guarding the door.
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This was a "bump" on the way home from Food Basics...leave it or bring it home...the tenderloins are MINE. The chickens can have the eyes. It has been hanging in an outbuilding...the dogs have been guarding the door.
Oh no they aren't...they are muttering about not having opposable thumbs...
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Dogs like guts and other yucky bits. That seems to be their favourite.
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