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Old 08-24-2006, 01:33 PM   #18
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Originally Posted by SloppyQ
Could someone explain more on the Hollywood cut, how to or what it looks like.
From my understanding, hollywood cut is, instead of cutting in between the bones and having meat on both sides, you cut from the same side of the bones down the whole rack. This gives the sample alot of meat on one side,and minimal on the other. risky, becase the side with no(little) meat can tear on the first bite and the whole chunk of meat comes off the bone.

curt, your description turns in 2 bones or one??
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