Call it a Denver or Sierra cut, it's the striated "ventral" muscle on the inside "roll" of the forequarter and it might be best cut on a cow. Holy crap!
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  • chefazCall it a Denver or Sierra cut, it's the striated "ventral" muscle on the inside "roll" of the forequarter and it might be best cut on a cow. Holy crap!

  • alexlobel@simon_leo
  • blu3eyedband1tSo if I go to my butcher and ask for that cut would I refer to it as 'the Denver cut'? Someone please answer I'm interested in trying this cut of beef
  • jeffnnj@chefaz I have 2 of those linen Polo shirts that you have in orange. Lost a bunch of weight and they don't fit if u want them.
  • jms202@llacson
  • lcampanatiYou know the best cut is the picanha you ate in Brazil! LOL!
  • el_tipo1Don't play yo self.
  • su._____Very nice glasses
  • jacehentgesThe Sierra is actually the splenius which is in between the Chuck eye & beef flap/serratus ventralis
  • jef2dYeah! I just discovered Denver cut, the butcher counter at my local supermarket sells them off so cheap, I guess cos it's not popular -definitely good value for money!
  • therealmoa@jacehentges <--knows his shit! I'm gonna pick a few of these up soon!
  • daemoseThanks!
  • edbutdorfHey @chefaz is this at certified Angus in Wooster?
  • stresscake@kariunderly
  • mvm_artThat's crazy! My husband and I went to our local butcher and got the same cut for the first time. Stars are aligned and spells out Denver.
  • escapedfrombeantown@chefaz your next kind of looks overcooked chef.
  • escapedfrombeantownMeat*
  • jsmith_25Where u get those glasses??
  • yumm1eStory of my life
  • yassielaurenYummooo
  • jrhusneyOur market provides Denver cut too. We've been cooking them sous vide and finishing them in a skillet.
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