Originally Posted by bvbull200
And if the "butcher" is an attractive female?
That changes everything!
What if the buyer is an attractive female as well?
Well ... I ... Uh ... just better not go there!
On a somewhat related subject, I was wondering what determines the size of a brisket. Not so long ago the biggest one I could find at Sam's was about six pounds. A couple weeks ago they had a couple that were fourteen pounds. I think the big ones were actually packers (which is a first because I'm pretty sure I've only ever found flats at Sam's.) That got me to wondering if the difference in size was more a result of the size of the steer it comes from or more the way it was cut. Of course a packer will weigh more than a flat, but I think there is a lot of distance between a 14 pound packer and 5 pound flat.