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Old 11-13-2012, 05:06 PM   #12
retired trucker
is One Chatty Farker
Join Date: 09-28-11
Location: Dallas, Georgia

"Anyone else remember when brisket was considered a "less than desirable cut" and you could get them for next to nothing?

I guess this is the monster that we've created ourselves "
As posted by Smoke I Beers:

I remember when "flank steaks" were nearly free until Fajitas became popular. (In TEXAS) You could buy them in the supermarket for $.79 cents a pound all day long. Great grilled over mesquite fire and served with grilled onions. Oh well, a good time across the border in "Boy's Town" only cost $5 then. Not that I would know of course.
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