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(Denver Channel)   Scientists discover new tasty cut of beef on cows   (thedenverchannel.com) divider line 43
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2002-02-06 07:04:55 PM
old news, they had this out for a while now
 
2002-02-06 07:04:55 PM
Beef is yummy
 
2002-02-06 07:05:22 PM
PETA surrenders...
 
2002-02-06 07:06:02 PM
It needs a better name. Value cut? Come on, that sounds like soy.
 
2002-02-06 07:08:36 PM
Yup... this has been out for a while... :(
 
2002-02-06 07:09:15 PM
"Researchers from the University of Nebraska and University of Florida spent three years developing value cuts, examining 5,500 cow muscles for color, fat, moisture content and a way to cut them."

Three years to prepare a steak?
 
2002-02-06 07:09:32 PM
Been buying this for more than a year at the local butcher shop. Web news blows....and they wonder why web news sites are going under, of course it is because web-surfuers won't pay for...outdated, incorrect, unverified crap they pass off as news.
 
2002-02-06 07:09:52 PM
They were calling this cut or another the flank iron cut steak. supposed to be low-cost and great-tasting. (Light beer commercial references definitely intended...)
 
2002-02-06 07:10:37 PM
Camp X-ray produces cheaper meat...hmmmm...
 
2002-02-06 07:14:08 PM
So thats where all the cows in Colorado are going!
 
2002-02-06 07:14:31 PM
"R.J. Jolly, a rancher from Kit Carson..."

Hey, I've found the Jolly Rancher!
 
2002-02-06 07:14:47 PM
Eye of round is about the only cut of beef I eat, anymore. It's from the thin end of the muscle, about four inches in diameter. It has nearly no fat and makes a great fried steak to go along with my eggs for breakfast.
 
2002-02-06 07:16:22 PM
Archfield: Is it any good?
 
2002-02-06 07:16:40 PM
Porterhouse is the best steak there it.
 
2002-02-06 07:18:12 PM
cows are good.
 
2002-02-06 07:20:34 PM
hehe

http://www.petasucks.cc/
 
2002-02-06 07:22:27 PM
I think BeefSteak Charley has been doing this for 25 years.
 
2002-02-06 07:22:56 PM
Hmmm, tasty new cuts of beef designed by a marketing department asking themselves, "how can we get people to pay more money for the crappy part of the cow we usually grind into hamburger?"
 
2002-02-06 07:23:46 PM
"This is a way of creating steaks out of more of the carcass,"

They're doing a real good job of making it sound appealing.
 
2002-02-06 07:30:15 PM
How can you discover a new cut off of an animal we have been eating since we first used rocks as weapons?
I was thinking that my have been talking about a bull penis or something revolting...
 
2002-02-06 07:34:41 PM
repeat?
 
Cow
2002-02-06 07:34:53 PM
Moo!
Mooo mooo moo moo moooooomoooo.

Moo.
 
2002-02-06 07:36:51 PM
You tell 'em, Cow.
 
2002-02-06 07:39:13 PM
Not entirely a repeat. The news is it'll be in stores this summer
 
2002-02-06 07:41:29 PM
Good defense drew..
 
2002-02-06 07:45:08 PM
I don't know about you rich folks out there, but us poor ones have been eating chuck steaks and round steaks for years. WTF?
 
2002-02-06 07:55:17 PM
Camp X-ray is finally starting to pay off.
 
2002-02-06 08:11:41 PM
Get a pressure cooker. You can buy cheaper cuts of meat, and still cut it with a fork. Dinner in half an hour.
 
2002-02-06 08:41:11 PM
"This is a way of creating steaks out of more of the carcass"

Oh, yum. Pass the carcass.
 
2002-02-06 08:58:39 PM
"This is a way of creating steaks out of more of the carcass"

This sentence is representative of the reason I became a vegetarian.

Strangely, it is also representative of the reason I'm not a vegetarian anymore. Ain't meat great?
 
2002-02-06 09:00:18 PM
This may be the lamest story I've ever seen here...
 
2002-02-06 09:18:51 PM
Another outstanding breakthough for meat science!
 
2002-02-06 09:25:24 PM
Yes, totally old news.

-he who stacks pork
 
2002-02-06 09:43:44 PM
You know, I'm thinking about this headline...

"Scientists discover new tasty cut of beef on cows"

...exactly where else would scientists discover a new tasty cut of BEEF if not on a COW?
 
2002-02-06 09:51:25 PM
You mean I ate this tube-steak for nothing?
 
2002-02-06 10:34:14 PM
I rub steak on my nipples
 
2002-02-06 10:55:39 PM
still, the 'hero' tag is probably warranted. old news or not.'

science: clogging the arteries responsibly since 1951.
 
GXL
2002-02-06 11:56:02 PM
I think after going through a meat science course i would never want to eat beef again
 
2002-02-07 02:20:18 AM
After they invented chorizo and calf fries, I think they were done actually finding "value" on a cow.
 
2002-02-07 08:35:15 AM
"R.J. Jolly, a rancher from Kit Carson"

Jollyrancher?
 
2002-02-07 09:49:18 AM
A New York Strip is basically the same as a Ribeye, only cut a bit closer to the end.
 
2002-02-07 11:39:21 AM
its the ass! cow ass! VALUE CUT IS COW ASS!!!!!!

(/shatner)
 
2002-02-07 11:42:28 AM
Actually, if you were paraphrasing "Soylent Green", it was Charleton Heston, not William Shatner
.
 
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