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Unread 01-23-2009, 10:24 AM   #16
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Excellent!

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Great news. There's not enough vendors selling ready to eat food at our (LA / Orange County) farmers markets. To have great BBQ as an option is a no brainer. You'll do well, I know it.
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Thanks Shu! We are working hard at it.
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One man came back three times! He said he was in town working at one of the refineries on assignment from Texas. WE asked him why he kept coming back. He said that he hadn't been able to find any good brisket and ours reminded him of home.
He must have been from that part of Texas where they like their brisket dry and tough.
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He must have been from that part of Texas where they like their brisket dry and tough.
You know he said he had been working in SD the week before and all of the meat he tried down there seemed to come from really small cows. Or some other four legged animal that seems to be scarce down that way. He mentioned a lack of 'bark' but I don't think he was talking about the crust on the outside of the meat...

Where does that Wagyu come from anyway?
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