What are you eating Sunday 1/22/2023 to Saturday 1/28/2023?

QSis

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You have to get them from a place that has actual butchers and tools of the trade or a place that specializes in odd cuts, which is what we did with these.

Did you have to ask the butcher to cut them or do they have them already prepared?

Lee
 

medtran49

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Did you have to ask the butcher to cut them or do they have them already prepared?

Lee
We got them from the odd and unusual meats place. They were already cut and packaged.

We have gotten cross cut marrow bones/stock bones at the 2 Asian markets we visit. They both have band saws to cut bones as they get large primal cuts and then break them down. I've never been able to ask for length cut because there is a huge language barrier at both places. They cut the bones for stock use, which is crosswise, but not for just the marrow, which I don't think is an Asian dish.
 

lilbopeep

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Last night's dinner was – Burger, American cheese, fried onions, pickles, and ketchup, on a cracked wheat roll. Arby's seasoned fries on the side.

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QSis

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We got them from the odd and unusual meats place. They were already cut and packaged.

We have gotten cross cut marrow bones/stock bones at the 2 Asian markets we visit. They both have band saws to cut bones as they get large primal cuts and then break them down. I've never been able to ask for length cut because there is a huge language barrier at both places. They cut the bones for stock use, which is crosswise, but not for just the marrow, which I don't think is an Asian dish.
Excellent tip about checking Asian supermarkets for marrow bones! Agree about the language barrier - so frustrating that there is no one to ask for help!

Lee
 

Luckytrim

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We got them from the odd and unusual meats place. They were already cut and packaged.

We have gotten cross cut marrow bones/stock bones at the 2 Asian markets we visit. They both have band saws to cut bones as they get large primal cuts and then break them down. I've never been able to ask for length cut because there is a huge language barrier at both places. They cut the bones for stock use, which is crosswise, but not for just the marrow, which I don't think is an Asian dish.
Amish Market has them ...
 
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