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luvcookbooks October 20, 2010
can you rephrase the food pickle so the question comes up on the view??
pierino October 19, 2010
Wagyu is probably your best bet here if in fact you have a source for the marrow bones. Served with classic parsely and garlic it's superb. You do have marrow spoons, right? Everything that happens to the animal affects the flavor (not to mention your personal health). I sure wouldn't want to be eating from marrow bones off of a feed lot in Kettleman City.
MyCommunalTable October 19, 2010
I have never had Kobe or Wagyu before either. It started when my 23yr old came home with some bone marrow that he bought at the supermarket and wanted me to it roast up. We enjoyed it so much. My 6yr old was sopping up the drippings with a baguette. It lead us to wonder if super high quality marrow was that much better.
betteirene October 19, 2010
I can't afford one Kobe/Wagyu burger, although one shank bone might be cheap enough for me to purchase. I can dream, can't I?
MyCommunalTable October 18, 2010
Has anyone every had bone marrow from a kobe or wagyu cow? Any difference/
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