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Dilbert



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PostPosted: Thu Aug 14, 2008 4:00 pm    Post subject: What a grind . . . Reply with quote

you'll see recommendations to grind your own beef from time to time - often based on "how to avoid food poisoning" type issues.

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supermarket had a buy one get one free on top round roast so I wound up with a lot of roast that was freeze it or .....
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and then the suggestion "let's have tacos"

so I double ground the beef roast - salt&pepper sprinkle after first pass.

old fashion hand crank cast iron #2 Universal clamp on the table meat grinder

sauted in olive oil with two handfuls chopped onion + taco seasoning packet (sorry about that . . . .)

soft taco shells, garden fresh tomato, diced onion, shredded lettuce, sour cream.

the beef was absolutely fantastic - the "grind your own" is on my list for immediate experimentations!

if you have a grinder and haven't thought about trying this, highly recommended.
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