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Old 03-30-2013, 10:50 AM   #16
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Quite a feast there Don!
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Old 03-31-2013, 05:25 AM   #17
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I didn't received no Pharking call...what's up with that!?
Are those deer ribs?
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Youre always welcome Phube ! Wanna have my meal plan in advance ?

Those were roe deer ( Reh in germany) ribs, sirloin and shoulder.

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Wow that looks amazing. And your view is awesome also. If you don't mind, how much do different meats cost in Germany?

Good domestic beef is rare, especially for steaks and Brisket. Germany has mostly dairy cattle so the meat doesnt have a lot of marbling and flavour.. Usually the americanm, argentinian and irish beef is way better yet expensive and rare sometimes. Its really hard to find a good brisket.

Pork is great and not too expensive, but the pigs in the states seem to be a lot bigger. Ribs, especially baby backs, are about half the size you get in the states.

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