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Meat Question #7448173 03/02/19 03:37 PM
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Who remembers buying round steak like this ? I can`t remember the last time I seen it cut like this in a meat counter. It is almost always merchandised as three separate cuts for higher profit margins now days. Back in the day it was how most people bought it and cut it up and beat it with a tenderizer at home. I still remember when they were "On Sale" for 1.19 lb. back in the 80`s and it would be all you could do to keep them in the meat counter.

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They sell these all the time at our kroger here in Denton. Good to make red wine braised shanks.

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I知 stilll pretty sure my local still has those cuts on the shelf.

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Saw some in Kroger this week

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Don't remember the last time I saw them.


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Cut up in short strips, add cream gravy ,with mushrooms over a bed of noodles, makes a great stroganoff!!!!!


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Good timing on this post. I walked through a Kroger yesterday and saw them and thought it was peculiar.

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We used to buy that cut, trim it out, beat it with a hammer and chicken fry it. Had a processor cut my venison hindquarters like that before also.

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That's the only cut of steak I remember having growing up. Usually chicken fried or in the pressure cooker. Only venison and the occasional rib eye now.

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Yeh buddy, used to buy them quite a bit. I used to have deer steaks cut that way too. I知 actually ordering a new ban saw tomorrow so I can cut my own from now on. Have 4 hind quarters in the freezer that I知 cutting into bone in steaks. So many things you can do with them....

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i have trouble finding the "7" bone roast, (1 bone shaped like a "7") most are all boneless. i can ask the butcher to cut me one


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Originally Posted by Buzzsaw
i have trouble finding the "7" bone roast, (1 bone shaped like a "7") most are all boneless. i can ask the butcher to cut me one


It's just a bone in chuck roast. I think.


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My deer all go steak and strap, steaks look just like that. Trash meat goes to burger, sausage, etc. I almost never grind the hams.


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i have trouble finding the "7" bone roast, (1 bone shaped like a "7") most are all boneless. i can ask the butcher to cut me one


It's just a bone in chuck roast. I think.


The "7" bone chuck roast is actually closest to the neck and farthest from the rib end. It is leaner than the others but is probably a little tougher as well. Low and slow is your friend.

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Originally Posted by QuitShootinYoungBucks
My deer all go steak and strap, steaks look just like that. Trash meat goes to burger, sausage, etc. I almost never grind the hams.


This is pretty much me to. Usually I'll cut the shoulders into 3 bone in roasts. Braised or slow cooked any other way they're tender and delicious. When I started learning about pulled venison, osso buco, and braised meat in general I started grinding a lot less meat. I could tell me grandfather thought I was an idiot for trying to cook the bone in shank instead of grinding the meat. But he quickly changed his mind when he tried my osso buco. Same for making "Barbacoa" with the neck roast. Growing up we would chicken fry the back strap and grind the rest into chili, stew and hamburger. Didn't know any better.

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Originally Posted by Thisisbeer
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My deer all go steak and strap, steaks look just like that. Trash meat goes to burger, sausage, etc. I almost never grind the hams.


This is pretty much me to. Usually I'll cut the shoulders into 3 bone in roasts. Braised or slow cooked any other way they're tender and delicious. When I started learning about pulled venison, osso buco, and braised meat in general I started grinding a lot less meat. I could tell me grandfather thought I was an idiot for trying to cook the bone in shank instead of grinding the meat. But he quickly changed his mind when he tried my osso buco. Same for making "Barbacoa" with the neck roast. Growing up we would chicken fry the back strap and grind the rest into chili, stew and hamburger. Didn't know any better.



Yep I am finding I am enjoying venison even more now, not that I didn't enjoy it, but enjoying it more than a few ways makes it all the better.

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Ive seen and eaten bone in round steak from the store.

We make all our cuts ourselves on deer, so we do not make bone in cuts, but it is really easy to make the same cuts after removing the femur bone.


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Originally Posted by redchevy
Ive seen and eaten bone in round steak from the store.

We make all our cuts ourselves on deer, so we do not make bone in cuts, but it is really easy to make the same cuts after removing the femur bone.


We is making your own cuts stopping you from having bone in? I butcher my deer as well.

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My momma pounded out the Tbones and chicken fried them. I never had a grilled or broiled steak until my senior trip to Pensicola. Ordered it well done. Learned medium rare in college.

Daddy butchered out our steers and sawed them up with a meat saw. The meat saw looked like a big hacksaw. Sometimes he would let them hang in the smokehouse and sometimes he quarter them and took them to the icehouse. They bought the hides at the icehouse.


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Originally Posted by bill oxner
My momma pounded out the Tbones and chicken fried them. I never had a grilled or broiled steak until my senior trip to Pensicola. Ordered it well done. Learned medium rare in college.

Daddy butchered out our steers and sawed them up with a meat saw. The meat saw looked like a big hacksaw. Sometimes he would let them hang in the smokehouse and sometimes he quarter them and took them to the icehouse. They bought the hides at the icehouse.



That was really "back in the day".

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I just ordered my new saw, will be here next week. Bone in deer steaks, ribs, pork chops on the way....

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Originally Posted by skinnerback
Yeh buddy, used to buy them quite a bit. I used to have deer steaks cut that way too. I知 actually ordering a new ban saw tomorrow so I can cut my own from now on. Have 4 hind quarters in the freezer that I知 cutting into bone in steaks. So many things you can do with them....


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