side of beef


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Noun1.side of beef - dressed half of a beef carcass
side of meat, side - a lengthwise dressed half of an animal's carcass used for food
chuck - the part of a forequarter from the neck to the ribs and including the shoulder blade
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Judges also have their pension administered by Calpers, and to change this program would be like taking a side of beef away from a pack of hungry Rottweilers.
We put up garlic, onions, winter squash, beets, and carrots in the basement, and we usually freeze 15 to 25 chickens and a side of beef per year.
Ken revealed this typically meant a side of beef, half a dozen lambs and a pig.
A two-foot long Oscar roll filled with Haus smoked chicken, ham, pan fried wafer thin top side of beef topped with home made cheese sauce, sweet fried onions, lettuce and tomato, salad and skin on fries.
The lean and graceful Karl may not match the original image of that bulked-up side of beef who dubbed himself "the Italian Stallion," but his sensitive perf reveals the tough guy's tender core.
The chief value of the beef book lies in its descriptive instructions for breaking down a side of beef.
The markings resemble those produced in previous experiments on stone-tipped spears shot into a side of beef at speeds typical of heaving weapons from a distance.
When a side of beef is carved into steaks and roasts, there remain several pieces of meat trimmed from these retail cuts.
I'm pleased to report that La Rotisserie du Beaujolais, the sister bistro of La Tour d'Argent, is still doing what it does best: throwing large haunches of perfectly roasted meat on the table: an entire duck, a rotisserie chicken, a side of beef.
That could add Au80 to Au100 to a 150 kg side of beef.
And it's fun to chat to the farmers about how they produced the pot of honey, side of beef or the oysters on their stalls.
He figured the massive side of beef would save us a fortune as she could freeze it and feed us for months.