Meat trim help

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  1. jacksrestaurant

    jacksrestaurant

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    Looking for some ideas other than fajitas or soups that I can utilize meat trimmings,thanks yall!
     
  2. alaminute

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    Family meal, tacos/burrito specials, stocks- sauces and braises, soup, grind and pack into burgers, give it to your dogs...
     
  3. maryb

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    Sausage!
     
  4. grande

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    Kabobs/skewers, stew, escoffier era demi glace, anything ground(meatballs, meatloaf, hamburger, pasta sauce), breakfast beef hash, stroganoff
     
  5. brianshaw

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    Chili
     
  6. jacksrestaurant

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    Thanks for the ideas, taco Tuesday in the works!
     
  7. kuan

    kuan Moderator Staff Member

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    What trimmings are you talking about?
     
  8. jacksrestaurant

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    Chain meat from ribeyes, flaps from tops mostly
     
  9. brianshaw

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    Rib eye chain meat... I'd put it in a good roll with grilled onion and a great blue cheese!
     
  10. cerise

    cerise Banned

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    Make a broth or soup, and  toss the rest.
     
  11. grande

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    Render the fat and sear your steaks in it.
     
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