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  • wu7y
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    To those of us in the pit "brisket" and "pot roast" are mutually exclusive terms. I guess for those customers who don't BBQ it was necessary to point out that the brisket is boneless.

    Also one of my many "rules of life" is - if you have to ask if what you are doing is a crime, it probably is.

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  • SmokingPat
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    SmokinFool I've had imperfect pork shoulder before. I had to cook it for hours before it was ready. 😄

  • smokin fool
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    Hey, go ahead blame us, we got big shoulders....

  • smokin fool
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    Could be worse usually up here brisket is ground into hamburger....this one lived only to be brutalized in a different way

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  • Spinaker
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    Not sure show the law works up there, but down here.......yeah, you could be charged!
    Last edited by Spinaker; November 14, 2020, 01:29 PM.

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  • smokin fool
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    I'd have to say its them being creative, whether its better than Imperfect Pork is up for debate.

  • SmokingPat
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    The pork in the second picture is labeled 'Perfect Pork Shoulder'? Is this a new grade of meat in Canada, or just creative license?

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  • Andrrr
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    No problem. The comparison was ripe for picking!

  • Steve R.
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    I'm too distracted by that nice looking pork to really form an opinion on whether the brisket is a crime.

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  • troymeister
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    No crime..You can make Braciola or Rouladen . Already pre flattened or rolled....A lot less work for you.

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  • Huskee
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    Ikea style butchery?

    Edit: Oops, didn't mean to steal your thunder Andrrr, didn't see it until I posted mine

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  • Andrrr
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    Lol. That Ikea business model is really spreading across industries isn't it?

  • barelfly
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    Ha... Donw yep, realized that after I posted. Forgot where smokin fool lived! Need to get my calculator out

    Hahah! Maybe the butcher is starting a new trend!

  • Donw
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    I will miss the good old days when you could purchase a whole packer without having to assemble it yourself.

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