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More recipes from The Barbecue Butcher, aka Ask-A-Butcher. Click the link below

The Barbecue Butcher

For the latest from the USDA


The "OFFICIAL" Primo Grill forum

Carving Meat. this site is a tad out dated, but some useful information, none the less

How to carve meat

To "Brine" or not to "brine"? A quick guide to making poultry and pork more tender and flavorful.

To join some online discussion fourms and groups, check out the links below.

Ask-A-Butcher, in conjunction with a couple bbq buddy's, has a new bbq book out called "ADDICTED TO BBQ". Over 228 pages of recipes, tips, bbq info and more! Click the link below for more information and how to order one.

Addicted To BBQ

And Yes, you can use the Primo as an oven!
Pumpernickel Bread

              STEAK NAMES

The North American Meat Processor's Association (NAMP) has been trying to get continuity in the naming of steaks/meat in different regions of the country for years. The effort is voluntary and until it is mandatory, the Delmonico Steak will be three different steaks in three different parts of the country. I've compiled a list over the years of the different steak names and I get asked on a frequent basis what a particular steak is. This list is not complete, but only pertaining to Grilling/bbq'ing type steaks. If anyone knows what a "Denver Steak" is, please email me as I'm still trying to find out what it is, too.

T-Bone = T-Bone or Porterhouse

Porterhouse = Porterhouse or T-Bone

Beef Tenderloin = Tenderloin Steak, Filet Mignon, Tournedo Steak, Chateau Briand, King Steak, Medallion Steak

Boneless Top Loin Strip
New York Strip Steak, Hotel Steak, Ambassador Steak, Strip Steak, Kansas City Steak, Boneless Club Steak, Veiny Steak, Loin Steak

Bone-in Top Loin Strip
Strip Steak, NY Strip Steak, Shell Steak, Sirloin Strip Steak, Club Steak, Chip Club Steak, Delmonico Steak, Country Club Steak

Bone-in Sirloin
Sirloin Steak, Round Bone Sirloin Steak, Flat Bone Sirloin Steak, Pin Bone Sirloin Steak, Shell Hip Steak

Boneless Sirloin
Sirloin Steak, Boneless Sirloin Steak, Sirloin Cap Steak, Top Sirloin Steak, Culotte Steak, Shell Steak, Rump Steak, Short Cut Rump Steak, Butt Steak, Texas Grill Steak

Rib Eye Steak, Rib Steak, Delmonico Steak, Club Steak, Market Steak, Beauty Steak, Spencer Steak, Breakfast Steak, Griller Steak

Chuck Eye Steak, Chuck Sizzler Steak
Boneless Top Blade Steak = Flat Iron Steak, Chicken Steak, Butter Steak, Blade Steak, Top Chuck Steak

London Broil = Top Round Steak, Chuck Shoulder Steak, Sirloin tip Steak, flank Steak
Balltip Steaks = Petite Steaks, Sirloin Sizzlers, Sirloin Filet Steak, Filet of Sirloin, Bottom Sirloin Steak
Tri-Tip Steaks = Triangle Steaks
Flank Steak = Jiffy Steak, London Broil, Flank Steak Filet
Hanger Steak = Butcher's Steak, Hanging Tenderloin, Jiffy Steak
Skirt Steak = Inside/Outside Skirt Steak, Fajita Steak, Philadelphia Steak



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