It's also interesting during the pandemic for the first time. Really. I kind of move to a really pastored centered. Meet by a quarter of a cow from our neighbor and so we actually do raise some of the hey that it's fed and I can watch them grow up. It's really kind of idyllic really really grass-fed animals and and then I liked doing that meets your because it also challenges me as a cook where instead of just getting you know in that rut that Americans in it right strip strip steaks rib eyes and burgers and that's and filet mignon. Those
are my four Love Languages right there, right?
And and I don't think I think you also I mean, I think you love I think you speak a little like beef shank. I think you're probably speak a little break. You just had brisket for lunch. I'm
gonna do not say it like you don't speak but
the challenge you to use those other other cuts of meat right how to learn to use a slow cooker how to make a great beef stew and and I really appreciated that in terms of expanding my own way that just my family and I use meat
Max Lugavere's Four Love Languages: Strip Steaks, Ribeyes, Burgers, & Filet Mingnon
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