Well done!! A miniature calf makes the money. Where did they end up because they weren’t “cute”? I’m the crazy heifer every one warned you about. Hidden from view? Of course they were. Be ashamed of yourselves. All animals are sentient beings. Its the flat side of the Brisket. Which is evener? But yes it is a brisket. Believe it or not, sometimes they do come smaller.
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You lost me at smoke for 3 hours. I don’t get that kinda time. If it’s not possible in less than a half hour forget it. It seems sacrilegious to have brisket which is associated with Jewish meals and combine it with bacon. Best brisket is a staple at Jewish gatherings over the High Holidays. I’m the crazy heifer every one warned you about. To pair it with bacon makes me laugh. I am not kosher so no big deal to me. Not the same as corned beef at all. This is one of the most widely known and delicious cuts of meat in Brazil. Nothing disgusting about it at all; proper way to eat this is using nothing but thick salt and grilling it in a BBQ medium rare.
Try it, you won’t regret! Click to buy it now! This yellow stuff it’s called “farofa”. Mostly made with cassava flour or corn flour. It’s made with a few spices, onions, garlic, maybe some smoked meat, like bacon or sausage and eggs if you want. Google it. It’s not pretty but it’s very tasty. I’m not vegan, but I like to cook. If you can find cassava flour in some market in your country you should try it. Try to adapt some recipes with local ingredients. If you don’t find try with panko crust or something like that. Chorizo and bacon. Boiled eggs or scrambled with onions before adding the flour. Eat it with some beans and rice. Or with some juicy meat. You won’t regret it. Forgive my English.
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Animal meat, human meat all the same in my eyes. Who is to say that meat you’ve ate wasn’t from a human? Or some undesired animal but you were told it was something else. That’s a real thing if you didn’t know. That flesh looks likes a lung so I thought of a human that’s all. If it’s a good cut of meat, all you really need is kosher salt and black pepper (a dry rub would also be fantastic). Marinades work best (in my opinion) on the tougher, less tasty pieces of meat. I would never, ever marinate a ribeye steak or rib roast for example, but I would definitely marinate the hell out of eye round.