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Old 12-02-2004, 05:36 PM   #1
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A 3 pound Dry-Aged Wagyu Rib Roast for 138.98 ?!?!?!?!?!?!?!

http://demo2.webharmonics.com/lobels...m.asp?item=122

Never had this meat before.

They also sell a 2 pound rack of lamb for 49.98

A 6 oz Filet Mignon for 22.98

2 pounds of ground beef for 24.98

It better taste good at these prices

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HOLY COW!!!
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Old 12-02-2004, 05:40 PM   #3
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Expensive but you get a free jar of horseraddish and sauce. I do not understand this, even prime meat is not that expensive. Anyone planning to buy it?
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Re: A 3 pound Dry-Aged Wagyu Rib Roast for 138.98 ?!?!?!?!?!

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Never had this meat before.
...and I never will.
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Old 12-02-2004, 05:41 PM   #5
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That meat better cure cancer and lower cholesterol at those prices! Ever hear of Kobe beef? Something like $120 per lb because the cows are hand massaged throughout their entire life and the meat is supposed to be extremely tender. I'm sure it's good but not $120 good!
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Old 12-02-2004, 05:42 PM   #6
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horseraddish sauce is 6.95 for a 7 oz jar. At least that is cheap.

me too bangbang, me too.
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I think I'll go for the big 14 pounder for $548. :roll:
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Old 12-02-2004, 05:43 PM   #8
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DC, I think this Wagyu beef is Kobe beef. I can't remember which one is the more specific name...but same deal I think.
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I think I'll go for the big 14 pounder for $548. :roll:
Ok......I'm coming for dinner.
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I think I'll go for the big 14 pounder for $548. :roll:

Inviting us for dinner crewsk? I will bring champagne for this one. Think they would reverse their offer, by the horseraddish and get the blinkin roast free? Do you have to pay postage too?
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Come on! It should be a grand affair. I will be pulling out all the expensive stuff! Gotta have the best for my friends!
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How many pounds of beluga caviar shall I bring?
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Old 12-02-2004, 05:49 PM   #14
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But for 1032.98 they can send you 8 48oz porterhouse steaks.

it is only 14.98 for a single pound of hotdogs.

for 114.95 they can sell you a 22-24 pound fresh turkey
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How many pounds of beluga caviar shall I bring?
LOTS I love caviar, perhaps I should bring stolych instead of champagne. what say ye wasabi?
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How many pounds of beluga caviar shall I bring?
However much you think we might eat! We may go through several pounds!
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I will go in on this and pay half as long as you clean the oven.
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If you've got the bucks to buy American bred "Kobe" beef ... go for it! It might be the same breed as "Kobe" - but is it fed beer, massaged, and treated better than a wife - like true Kobe beef? Actually - for me ... I'll just buy a select grade standing rib and lard it.

To read about Wagyu - go here: http://www.cattle-today.com/Wagyu.htm
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I will go in on this and pay half as long as you clean the oven.
Mine is self cleaning. :P
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