[Namron] Not the same old food...
etienett at yahoo.com
Tue Oct 18 15:53:09 PDT 2005
As I recall the beef at the feast was amazingly
tender. Now, I know why.
--- Craig Pharaoh <sherdana at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Note: the beef fixed by Lord Hatur at Protectorate
> longhorn, and the bull which donated his meat was
> year and two weeks old. That meat should have been
> both lean and tender. I have compared beeffalo and
> longhorn and find them very close in texture and
> but it all depends on what spices you add and how
> prepare it. Th younger animals are more tender, and
> you have the butcher hang the meat for about a week
> before freezing it, it gains flavor and tenderness.
> >From: Lee McGoodwin <etienett at yahoo.com>
> >Reply-To: Barony of Namron <namron at ansteorra.org>
> >To: Namron <namron at ansteorra.org>
> >Subject: [Namron] Not the same old food...
> >Date: Sun, 16 Oct 2005 15:45:50 -0700 (PDT)
> >Thank you all for the list of alternate meats and
> >possible sources. It is so nice to see this.
> >know where you can get beefallow? I've heard it's
> >very tender and low in fat.
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> >No light shines on the fangs neglected
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