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Old 10-22-2004, 01:56 PM   #41
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Just got back from Canada...no contest. Canadian Beef is superior to American Beef.

However the wine has a long ways to go. Pretty good though.
Hmmm....

Obviously the few times I've had Harvey Burgers in Windsor, I was not getting this excellent Canadian beef. Probably more like the loser of the 3rd race over at the track...

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Old 10-22-2004, 02:12 PM   #42
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OK, Alix, John's not coming with us when we all move in.
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Old 10-22-2004, 02:16 PM   #43
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OK, Alix, John's not coming with us when we all move in.


LOL!

I've already spent so much time in Canada in my life I could probably qualify for dual citizenship! My brother grew up playing travel hockey, and it was always a family outing for tournaments. Then there were the OHL road trips. And my fishing trips. And the bar nights in Windsor...

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Old 10-22-2004, 02:16 PM   #44
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Just got back from Canada...no contest. Canadian Beef is superior to American Beef.

However the wine has a long ways to go. Pretty good though.
Hmmm....

Obviously the few times I've had Harvey Burgers in Windsor, I was not getting this excellent Canadian beef. Probably more like the loser of the 3rd race over at the track...

John
You're using hamburger meat to compare beef with? That's kind of like using Budweiser or Coor's to compare beers with.
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Old 10-22-2004, 02:21 PM   #45
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ironchef, of course you are right.

Never mind, Alix. John's rolling up his sleeping bag right now.
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Old 10-22-2004, 03:16 PM   #46
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Well holy crap. Go up to make some muffins and come back and find you are having guests. Woohoo! Come on up guys...got a freezer full of the REALLY good stuff. Got a bunch of 4H beef, and a bunch from a calf that had a nasty accident...pretty much veal without the forcefeeding. Got some fresh blueberry muffins and a Saskatoon pie too.

Oh...ironchef...have you ever had a saskatoon or blueberry sauce with beef or elk? I'm asking because you da man when it comes to sauces. I had one at one of our favourite restaurants, and would love to try it. Just not sure where to begin. Any thoughts?
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Old 10-24-2004, 10:18 PM   #47
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Well holy crap. Go up to make some muffins and come back and find you are having guests. Woohoo! Come on up guys...got a freezer full of the REALLY good stuff. Got a bunch of 4H beef, and a bunch from a calf that had a nasty accident...pretty much veal without the forcefeeding. Got some fresh blueberry muffins and a Saskatoon pie too.

Oh...ironchef...have you ever had a saskatoon or blueberry sauce with beef or elk? I'm asking because you da man when it comes to sauces. I had one at one of our favourite restaurants, and would love to try it. Just not sure where to begin. Any thoughts?
The link below has a recipe that I modified for Carnivore for a "Red Currant Demi Glace". You can subsititue Blueberry Jam for the red currant. Not sure if that's the type of sauce you had, but I usually incorporate a fruity type flavor into a more savory type sauce with meats.

I personally don't like any sauces with my steak unless it's a low quality cut. But I definitely love sauce with lamb, veal, venison, etc.

http://www.discusscooking.com/viewtopic.php?t=1649
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Once again gals and guys.....ALBERTA BEEF is the best...you backing me there Alix???? Oh to show these guys what they are missing!
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Old 10-27-2004, 01:16 PM   #49
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The best beef is PORK! There. :D
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Old 10-27-2004, 05:28 PM   #50
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I've changed my opinion about the best beef. Considering the cost of beef today, I'd have to say the absolute best beef is beef that somebody else buys. :twisted:
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