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Old 12-03-2012, 11:30 PM   #24
martyleach
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I agree with you about beef cheeks having a distinctly different flavor. I like them but some people don't because they are distinctly beefy in flavor and very rich.

Very nice cook and Pron! I have made those pickled onions with a quartered beet thrown in to heighten the color. Wait 2 days, then serve (not the beets).


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That looks fabulous Centex and am sure it was, will just add that roast is what alot of restaurants and sunday morning barbacoa resellers are using. There is a distinctly different flavor when you use cheek meat as it was originally done, much better imo. Just mentioned in case you want to try sometime, you'll be pleased.
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