I am no expert on buying meat. But I know a thing or two about how to buy meat, mostly by just looking and following my instinct. Buying meat is a very important skill and I would like to teach my husband how to do - whenever I send him out to buy meat at the butcher he comes back with the sorriest meat you can imagine. I'm talking about meat that is pale pink, full of gristle, overpriced, and when you taste it you feel sorry for the animal because it is obvious it did not have a happy life. Any good websites I can pass along to him about how to buy meat? He learns best when I show him visuals. Also, how to explain to someone what to look for?