Posted 16 September 2003 - 06:24 PM
Please answer both for what's available in the US, and whatever exotic meats you may have had elsewhere, if you can.
Tom is not my friend.
Posted 18 September 2003 - 10:53 AM
To me, the most interesting eating comes from the very best meat. And,
as with all food, it comes down to personal preference.
I'm a beef lover and I like a meaty texture and a very beefy flavor.
That leads me to a strip steak ... the classic steakhouse cut is my
favorite. Porterhouse is also a favorite because it combines the filet
and strip in one steak ... two different steaks, two different textures
and two different tastes. It's a wonder to me that, from an anatomical
standpoint, meat that is separated only by a narrow bone could have such
I'm not much for exotic game or esoteric meat. But I do have an interest
in meat from specific breeds or from different origins to and deliver a
unique taste experiences. And, that is very much a reflection of what
we've decided to sell from www.lobels.com. Such products as Wagyu beef
from the U. S. and Australia, kurobuta pork from pure-bred Berkshire
pigs, free-range Australian lamb, really capture my taste buds.