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Choice Porterhouse at Select Sale Prices
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Sqwertz
2022-01-07 06:06:20 UTC
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The other stuff is yellow squash with sauteed leeks, Anaheim pepper,
and pimento cheese broiled for a few minutes. It was a win!

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And I ate EVERYTHING!

Looks like some Costco fried cod & fried got in there, too. That
was two days ago. I'll buy that fried cod again. Its a bitch to
make at home - this you just roast at 500F for 12 minutes and it's
almost as good as H. Salt Esquire,.

-sw
Bryan Simmons
2022-01-07 10:17:16 UTC
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The other stuff is yellow squash with sauteed leeks, Anaheim pepper,
and pimento cheese broiled for a few minutes. It was a win!
https://i.postimg.cc/6q22ppnP/Porterhouse-Steak-Raw.jpg
That's awfully nicely marbled for Select.
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-sw
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Sqwertz
2022-01-08 01:31:38 UTC
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Post by Sqwertz
The other stuff is yellow squash with sauteed leeks, Anaheim pepper,
and pimento cheese broiled for a few minutes. It was a win!
https://i.postimg.cc/6q22ppnP/Porterhouse-Steak-Raw.jpg
That's awfully nicely marbled for Select.
Exactly. And I'm not a strip kinda guy (or even fillet), but this
was pretty fucking good for $12. Eeek - it was 1.5lbs? I guess i
was hungry <shrug>.

And Stainless Steel for the win! Cast iron for searing steaks is a
kitchen myth compared to SS. I bet SS works better for grill grates
too. If only it wasn't so hard to keep clean.

All the other Select steaks there looked to be "bottom Select".
There are actually 5 sub-grades of USDA Select (and 2 for choice,
and 3 for Prime). What we know as only 3 retail grades of beef are
actually 10 within those same 3 grades. Grocery stores buy beef
wholesale according to the 10 grades, but have colluded sell to them
as a mere 3 grades retail (with help from the USDA).

-sw
Sheldon Martin
2022-01-08 12:04:02 UTC
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Post by Sqwertz
The other stuff is yellow squash with sauteed leeks, Anaheim pepper,
and pimento cheese broiled for a few minutes. It was a win!
https://i.postimg.cc/6q22ppnP/Porterhouse-Steak-Raw.jpg
The markets here put those yellow sale labels on when it's the sell-by
date... nothing wrong with it but they are not permited to sell meat
past its sell-by date.
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Post by Bryan Simmons
That's awfully nicely marbled for Select.
Exactly. And I'm not a strip kinda guy (or even fillet), but this
was pretty fucking good for $12. Eeek - it was 1.5lbs? I guess i
was hungry <shrug>.
And Stainless Steel for the win! Cast iron for searing steaks is a
kitchen myth compared to SS. I bet SS works better for grill grates
too. If only it wasn't so hard to keep clean.
All the other Select steaks there looked to be "bottom Select".
There are actually 5 sub-grades of USDA Select (and 2 for choice,
and 3 for Prime). What we know as only 3 retail grades of beef are
actually 10 within those same 3 grades. Grocery stores buy beef
wholesale according to the 10 grades, but have colluded sell to them
as a mere 3 grades retail (with help from the USDA).
-sw
bruce bowser
2022-01-08 18:28:30 UTC
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Post by Sqwertz
The other stuff is yellow squash with sauteed leeks, Anaheim pepper,
and pimento cheese broiled for a few minutes. It was a win!
https://i.postimg.cc/6q22ppnP/Porterhouse-Steak-Raw.jpg
The markets here put those yellow sale labels on when it's the sell-by
date... nothing wrong with it but they are not permited to sell meat
past its sell-by date.
Some stores go ahead and cook what they have and throw it to their salad bar or hot bar (dining area).
Dave Smith
2022-01-08 19:22:15 UTC
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Post by Sqwertz
The other stuff is yellow squash with sauteed leeks, Anaheim pepper,
and pimento cheese broiled for a few minutes. It was a win!
https://i.postimg.cc/6q22ppnP/Porterhouse-Steak-Raw.jpg
The markets here put those yellow sale labels on when it's the sell-by
date... nothing wrong with it but they are not permited to sell meat
past its sell-by date.
Some stores go ahead and cook what they have and throw it to their salad bar or hot bar (dining area).
Uhm, Ghe Ghe Ghe. This is my frogger. Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
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Dave Smith
2022-01-09 04:05:09 UTC
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On Sat, 8 Jan 2022 10:28:30 -0800 (PST), bruce bowser
Post by bruce bowser
Post by Sheldon Martin
Post by Sqwertz
The other stuff is yellow squash with sauteed leeks, Anaheim pepper,
and pimento cheese broiled for a few minutes. It was a win!
https://i.postimg.cc/6q22ppnP/Porterhouse-Steak-Raw.jpg
The markets here put those yellow sale labels on when it's the sell-by
date... nothing wrong with it but they are not permited to sell meat
past its sell-by date.
Some stores go ahead and cook what they have and throw it to their salad bar or hot bar (dining area).
Uhm, Ghe Ghe Ghe. This is my frogger. Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
Uhm, Dit is mijn kikker. Ghe Ghe Ghe.
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Hank Rogers
2022-01-09 02:00:49 UTC
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Post by Sqwertz
The other stuff is yellow squash with sauteed leeks, Anaheim pepper,
and pimento cheese broiled for a few minutes. It was a win!
https://i.postimg.cc/6q22ppnP/Porterhouse-Steak-Raw.jpg
The markets here put those yellow sale labels on when it's the sell-by
date... nothing wrong with it but they are not permited to sell meat
past its sell-by date.
Some stores go ahead and cook what they have and throw it to their salad bar or hot bar (dining area).
Tops market just throws all their old shit out their window.
Animals from miles around come and chow down.

When you enter their parking lot, it smells like you've fallen into
a brooklyn sewer, but it's normal there.
Dave Smith
2022-01-09 04:01:27 UTC
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Post by bruce bowser
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Post by Sqwertz
The other stuff is yellow squash with sauteed leeks, Anaheim pepper,
and pimento cheese broiled for a few minutes. It was a win!
https://i.postimg.cc/6q22ppnP/Porterhouse-Steak-Raw.jpg
The markets here put those yellow sale labels on when it's the sell-by
date... nothing wrong with it but they are not permited to sell meat
past its sell-by date.
Some stores go ahead and cook what they have and throw it to their salad bar or hot bar (dining area).
Tops market just throws all their old shit out their window.
Animals from miles around come and chow down.
When you enter their parking lot, it smells like you've fallen into
a brooklyn sewer, but it's normal there.
Uhm, Dit is mijn kikker. Ghe Ghe Ghe.
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Dave Smith
2022-01-08 18:50:00 UTC
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Post by Sqwertz
The other stuff is yellow squash with sauteed leeks, Anaheim pepper,
and pimento cheese broiled for a few minutes. It was a win!
https://i.postimg.cc/6q22ppnP/Porterhouse-Steak-Raw.jpg
The markets here put those yellow sale labels on when it's the sell-by
date... nothing wrong with it but they are not permited to sell meat
past its sell-by date.
Post by Sqwertz
Post by Bryan Simmons
That's awfully nicely marbled for Select.
Exactly. And I'm not a strip kinda guy (or even fillet), but this
was pretty fucking good for $12. Eeek - it was 1.5lbs? I guess i
was hungry <shrug>.
And Stainless Steel for the win! Cast iron for searing steaks is a
kitchen myth compared to SS. I bet SS works better for grill grates
too. If only it wasn't so hard to keep clean.
All the other Select steaks there looked to be "bottom Select".
There are actually 5 sub-grades of USDA Select (and 2 for choice,
and 3 for Prime). What we know as only 3 retail grades of beef are
actually 10 within those same 3 grades. Grocery stores buy beef
wholesale according to the 10 grades, but have colluded sell to them
as a mere 3 grades retail (with help from the USDA).
-sw
Uhm, Ghe Ghe Ghe. This is my frogger. Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
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i***@webtv.net
2022-01-08 22:32:56 UTC
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https://i.postimg.cc/6q22ppnP/Porterhouse-Steak-Raw.jpg
The markets here put those yellow sale labels on when it's the sell-by
date... nothing wrong with it but they are not permited to sell meat
past its sell-by date.
Different supermarkets/chains have their own color coded labels.
Just because your market uses yellow for sell-by date doesn't mean
every market in this country does. I'd bet a Porterhouse steak I could
walk into any market in New Yawk and buy marked down meat. They're
certainly not going to through it away.
Dave Smith
2022-01-08 23:03:35 UTC
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https://i.postimg.cc/6q22ppnP/Porterhouse-Steak-Raw.jpg
The markets here put those yellow sale labels on when it's the sell-by
date... nothing wrong with it but they are not permited to sell meat
past its sell-by date.
Different supermarkets/chains have their own color coded labels.
Just because your market uses yellow for sell-by date doesn't mean
every market in this country does. I'd bet a Porterhouse steak I could
walk into any market in New Yawk and buy marked down meat. They're
certainly not going to through it away.
Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
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Dave Smith
2022-01-08 23:04:26 UTC
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https://i.postimg.cc/6q22ppnP/Porterhouse-Steak-Raw.jpg
The markets here put those yellow sale labels on when it's the sell-by
date... nothing wrong with it but they are not permited to sell meat
past its sell-by date.
Different supermarkets/chains have their own color coded labels.
Just because your market uses yellow for sell-by date doesn't mean
every market in this country does. I'd bet a Porterhouse steak I could
walk into any market in New Yawk and buy marked down meat. They're
certainly not going to through it away.
I know you meant to type "throw" it away. ;) Yes, every supermarket is
different. Then again, I never see those labels on the meat at Publix.
Maybe I'm just not shopping on the right days but I have never seen
the euphemistic "used meat" markdown bins there, either.
Looked like a perfectly good porthouse steak to me! I would have had to
cut it in half at the bone. There is no way I could eat an entire
porterhouse myself.
Jill
Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
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i***@webtv.net
2022-01-08 23:31:44 UTC
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Different supermarkets/chains have their own color coded labels.
Just because your market uses yellow for sell-by date doesn't mean
every market in this country does. I'd bet a Porterhouse steak I could
walk into any market in New Yawk and buy marked down meat. They're
certainly not going to through it away.
I know you meant to type "throw" it away. ;)
EEK, yes!
Yes, every supermarket is
different. Then again, I never see those labels on the meat at Publix.
Maybe I'm just not shopping on the right days but I have never seen
the euphemistic "used meat" markdown bins there, either.
It depends on the store and the meat counter manager when meats
are marked down. Some do it very early in the morning while the
Kroger I shop at does it around noon. There's another Kroger 5 miles
up the road that does their mark downs after 3:00 p.m.
Looked like a perfectly good porthouse steak to me! I would have had to
cut it in half at the bone. There is no way I could eat an entire
porterhouse myself.
Jill
It did look drool-worthy, didn't it??
jmcquown
2022-01-08 23:48:28 UTC
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Different supermarkets/chains have their own color coded labels.
Just because your market uses yellow for sell-by date doesn't mean
every market in this country does. I'd bet a Porterhouse steak I could
walk into any market in New Yawk and buy marked down meat. They're
certainly not going to through it away.
I know you meant to type "throw" it away. ;)
EEK, yes!
Yes, every supermarket is
different. Then again, I never see those labels on the meat at Publix.
Maybe I'm just not shopping on the right days but I have never seen
the euphemistic "used meat" markdown bins there, either.
It depends on the store and the meat counter manager when meats
are marked down. Some do it very early in the morning while the
Kroger I shop at does it around noon. There's another Kroger 5 miles
up the road that does their mark downs after 3:00 p.m.
There's no Kroger here and OH! The Harris-Teeter grocery store which
had signs up saying they were coming soon! pulled out of the deal. So
we won't be getting a new grocery store.
Post by i***@webtv.net
Looked like a perfectly good porthouse steak to me! I would have had to
cut it in half at the bone. There is no way I could eat an entire
porterhouse myself.
Jill
It did look drool-worthy, didn't it??
It looked delicious! I'd have cut and cooked the strip, then later
cooked the rib portion. But hey, I don't have a large appetite.

Jill
Dave Smith
2022-01-09 00:16:02 UTC
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Different supermarkets/chains have their own color coded labels.
Just because your market uses yellow for sell-by date doesn't mean
every market in this country does. I'd bet a Porterhouse steak I could
walk into any market in New Yawk and buy marked down meat. They're
certainly not going to through it away.
I know you meant to type "throw" it away. ;)
EEK, yes!
Yes, every supermarket is
different. Then again, I never see those labels on the meat at Publix.
Maybe I'm just not shopping on the right days but I have never seen
the euphemistic "used meat" markdown bins there, either.
It depends on the store and the meat counter manager when meats
are marked down. Some do it very early in the morning while the
Kroger I shop at does it around noon. There's another Kroger 5 miles
up the road that does their mark downs after 3:00 p.m.
There's no Kroger here and OH! The Harris-Teeter grocery store which
had signs up saying they were coming soon! pulled out of the deal. So
we won't be getting a new grocery store.
Post by i***@webtv.net
Looked like a perfectly good porthouse steak to me! I would have had to
cut it in half at the bone. There is no way I could eat an entire
porterhouse myself.
Jill
It did look drool-worthy, didn't it??
It looked delicious! I'd have cut and cooked the strip, then later
cooked the rib portion. But hey, I don't have a large appetite.
Jill
Uhm, Ghe Ghe Ghe. This is my frogger. Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
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Gary
2022-01-09 12:14:12 UTC
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Different supermarkets/chains have their own color coded labels.
Just because your market uses yellow for sell-by date doesn't mean
every market in this country does. I'd bet a Porterhouse steak I could
walk into any market in New Yawk and buy marked down meat. They're
certainly not going to through it away.
I know you meant to type "throw" it away. ;)
EEK, yes!
Yes, every supermarket is
different. Then again, I never see those labels on the meat at Publix.
Maybe I'm just not shopping on the right days but I have never seen
the euphemistic "used meat" markdown bins there, either.
It depends on the store and the meat counter manager when meats
are marked down.  Some do it very early in the morning while the
Kroger I shop at does it around noon.  There's another Kroger 5 miles
up the road that does their mark downs after 3:00 p.m.
There's no Kroger here and OH!  The Harris-Teeter grocery store which
had signs up saying they were coming soon! pulled out of the deal.  So
we won't be getting a new grocery store.
Post by i***@webtv.net
Looked like a perfectly good porthouse steak to me! I would have had to
cut it in half at the bone. There is no way I could eat an entire
porterhouse myself.
Jill
It did look drool-worthy, didn't it??
It looked delicious!  I'd have cut and cooked the strip, then later
cooked the rib portion.  But hey, I don't have a large appetite.
Jill
1 cup of bird seed, simmered in commercial vegetable broth seems more
your style. ;-o
jmcquown
2022-01-09 13:22:40 UTC
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Different supermarkets/chains have their own color coded labels.
Just because your market uses yellow for sell-by date doesn't mean
every market in this country does. I'd bet a Porterhouse steak I could
walk into any market in New Yawk and buy marked down meat. They're
certainly not going to through it away.
I know you meant to type "throw" it away. ;)
EEK, yes!
Yes, every supermarket is
different. Then again, I never see those labels on the meat at Publix.
Maybe I'm just not shopping on the right days but I have never seen
the euphemistic "used meat" markdown bins there, either.
It depends on the store and the meat counter manager when meats
are marked down.  Some do it very early in the morning while the
Kroger I shop at does it around noon.  There's another Kroger 5 miles
up the road that does their mark downs after 3:00 p.m.
There's no Kroger here and OH!  The Harris-Teeter grocery store which
had signs up saying they were coming soon! pulled out of the deal.  So
we won't be getting a new grocery store.
Post by i***@webtv.net
Looked like a perfectly good porthouse steak to me! I would have had to
cut it in half at the bone. There is no way I could eat an entire
porterhouse myself.
Jill
It did look drool-worthy, didn't it??
It looked delicious!  I'd have cut and cooked the strip, then later
cooked the rib portion.  But hey, I don't have a large appetite.
Jill
1 cup of bird seed, simmered in commercial vegetable broth seems more
your style.  ;-o
Silly, you know I love a good steak, cooked to no more than medium-rare. :)

Jill
Dave Smith
2022-01-09 00:16:36 UTC
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Different supermarkets/chains have their own color coded labels.
Just because your market uses yellow for sell-by date doesn't mean
every market in this country does. I'd bet a Porterhouse steak I could
walk into any market in New Yawk and buy marked down meat. They're
certainly not going to through it away.
I know you meant to type "throw" it away. ;)
EEK, yes!
Yes, every supermarket is
different. Then again, I never see those labels on the meat at Publix.
Maybe I'm just not shopping on the right days but I have never seen
the euphemistic "used meat" markdown bins there, either.
It depends on the store and the meat counter manager when meats
are marked down. Some do it very early in the morning while the
Kroger I shop at does it around noon. There's another Kroger 5 miles
up the road that does their mark downs after 3:00 p.m.
Looked like a perfectly good porthouse steak to me! I would have had to
cut it in half at the bone. There is no way I could eat an entire
porterhouse myself.
Jill
It did look drool-worthy, didn't it??
Uhm, Ghe Ghe Ghe. This is my frogger. Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
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Cindy Hamilton
2022-01-09 10:10:05 UTC
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It did look drool-worthy, didn't it??
Not really. It looked like it was cut from the wrong end of the short loin.
Too much going on in the "strip steak" portion. Too many different muscles.
That's probably why it didn't sell at full price.

Cindy Hamilton
i***@webtv.net
2022-01-09 20:11:18 UTC
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It did look drool-worthy, didn't it??
Not really. It looked like it was cut from the wrong end of the short loin.
Too much going on in the "strip steak" portion. Too many different muscles.
That's probably why it didn't sell at full price.
Cindy Hamilton
I'd still jump on it without hesitation.
Dave Smith
2022-01-09 20:28:30 UTC
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It did look drool-worthy, didn't it??
Not really. It looked like it was cut from the wrong end of the short loin.
Too much going on in the "strip steak" portion. Too many different muscles.
That's probably why it didn't sell at full price.
Cindy Hamilton
I'd still jump on it without hesitation.
Of course. It's dead and edible.
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Dave Smith
2022-01-09 20:29:18 UTC
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It did look drool-worthy, didn't it??
Not really. It looked like it was cut from the wrong end of the short loin.
Too much going on in the "strip steak" portion. Too many different muscles.
That's probably why it didn't sell at full price.
Cindy Hamilton
I'd still jump on it without hesitation.
Of course. It's dead and edible.
Uhm, Dit is mijn kikker. Ghe Ghe Ghe.
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Sqwertz
2022-01-12 07:31:46 UTC
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It did look drool-worthy, didn't it??
Not really. It looked like it was cut from the wrong end of the short loin.
Too much going on in the "strip steak" portion. Too many different muscles.
That's probably why it didn't sell at full price.
Now you're being ridiculous, too. There are only two muscles there,
the longissimus and the psoas major. The only other "wrong end" of
the short loin gives us T-Bones rather than porterhouse steals.

You're falling all over yourself again.

-sw
Dave Smith
2022-01-12 19:29:28 UTC
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It did look drool-worthy, didn't it??
Not really. It looked like it was cut from the wrong end of the short loin.
Too much going on in the "strip steak" portion. Too many different muscles.
That's probably why it didn't sell at full price.
Now you're being ridiculous, too. There are only two muscles there,
the longissimus and the psoas major. The only other "wrong end" of
the short loin gives us T-Bones rather than porterhouse steals.
You're falling all over yourself again.
-sw
Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
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Gary
2022-01-09 11:43:38 UTC
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https://i.postimg.cc/6q22ppnP/Porterhouse-Steak-Raw.jpg
The markets here put those yellow sale labels on when it's the sell-by
date... nothing wrong with it but they are not permited to sell meat
past its sell-by date.
Different supermarkets/chains have their own color coded labels.
Just because your market uses yellow for sell-by date doesn't mean
every market in this country does.  I'd bet a Porterhouse steak I could
walk into any market in New Yawk and buy marked down meat.  They're
certainly not going to through it away.
I know you meant to type "throw" it away. ;)  Yes, every supermarket is
different.  Then again, I never see those labels on the meat at Publix.
 Maybe I'm just not shopping on the right days but I have never seen
the euphemistic "used meat" markdown bins there, either.
The "used meat" is a RFC joke. It's not used but it's almost out of
date. You have to shop early in the day to find those as they are
grabbed early.

If you do buy one, be sure to cook it the same day. Don't even wait
until the next day.
Bryan Simmons
2022-01-09 14:00:05 UTC
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The "used meat" is a RFC joke. It's not used but it's almost out of
date. You have to shop early in the day to find those as they are
grabbed early.
If you do buy one, be sure to cook it the same day. Don't even wait
until the next day.
Meh. I bought some chicken and used it three days past the "sell by" date.
It was fine.
Sometimes it's fine three days past, sometimes not. I buy it often. One
thing I'm *not* going to do is buy meat to put into the regular freezer
unless I already have a plan for it within the next week or so. I had to
throw away meat when I cleaned out my freezer, offending both my
ethical and frugal sensibilities.
Cindy Hamilton
--Bryan
Ed Pawlowski
2022-01-09 14:37:05 UTC
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The "used meat" is a RFC joke. It's not used but it's almost out of
date. You have to shop early in the day to find those as they are
grabbed early.
If you do buy one, be sure to cook it the same day. Don't even wait
until the next day.
Meh. I bought some chicken and used it three days past the "sell by" date.
It was fine.
Cindy Hamilton
Lamb chops are expensive. Every Tuesday though, I'd check the used meat
section and often got them half price. Used them in a day or two,
always good. Eventually they noticed they were not selling and stopped
putting out lamb chops very often.
Dave Smith
2022-01-09 17:59:58 UTC
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Post by Gary
The "used meat" is a RFC joke. It's not used but it's almost out of
date. You have to shop early in the day to find those as they are
grabbed early.
If you do buy one, be sure to cook it the same day. Don't even wait
until the next day.
Meh. I bought some chicken and used it three days past the "sell by" date.
It was fine.
Cindy Hamilton
Lamb chops are expensive. Every Tuesday though, I'd check the used meat
section and often got them half price. Used them in a day or two,
always good. Eventually they noticed they were not selling and stopped
putting out lamb chops very often.
Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
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Bryan Simmons
2022-01-09 19:36:15 UTC
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The "used meat" is a RFC joke. It's not used but it's almost out of
date. You have to shop early in the day to find those as they are
grabbed early.
If you do buy one, be sure to cook it the same day. Don't even wait
until the next day.
Meh. I bought some chicken and used it three days past the "sell by" date.
It was fine.
Cindy Hamilton
Lamb chops are expensive. Every Tuesday though, I'd check the used meat
section and often got them half price. Used them in a day or two,
always good. Eventually they noticed they were not selling and stopped
putting out lamb chops very often.
I just got back from ALDI. They had their lamb chops with 30% off
stickers. That made the $9.99/#, $6.99/#. I got the smallest one,
which ended up being $5.31. It had a sell or freeze by date of
tomorrow, and that's when I'll make them.

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2022-01-09 20:10:51 UTC
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Lamb chops are expensive. Every Tuesday though, I'd check the used meat
section and often got them half price. Used them in a day or two,
always good. Eventually they noticed they were not selling and stopped
putting out lamb chops very often.
I just got back from ALDI. They had their lamb chops with 30% off
stickers. That made the $9.99/#, $6.99/#. I got the smallest one,
which ended up being $5.31. It had a sell or freeze by date of
tomorrow, and that's when I'll make them.
Sing with the Edwin Hawkins Singers:

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2022-01-09 23:19:53 UTC
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Post by Gary
The "used meat" is a RFC joke. It's not used but it's almost out of
date. You have to shop early in the day to find those as they are
grabbed early.
If you do buy one, be sure to cook it the same day. Don't even wait
until the next day.
Meh. I bought some chicken and used it three days past the "sell by" date.
It was fine.
Cindy Hamilton
Lamb chops are expensive. Every Tuesday though, I'd check the used meat
section and often got them half price. Used them in a day or two,
always good. Eventually they noticed they were not selling and stopped
putting out lamb chops very often.
I just got back from ALDI. They had their lamb chops with 30% off
stickers. That made the $9.99/#, $6.99/#. I got the smallest one,
which ended up being $5.31. It had a sell or freeze by date of
tomorrow, and that's when I'll make them.
--Bryan
Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
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Sheldon Martin
2022-01-09 15:32:46 UTC
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The markets here put those yellow sale labels on when it's the sell-by
date... nothing wrong with it but they are not permited to sell meat
past its sell-by date.
Different supermarkets/chains have their own color coded labels.
Just because your market uses yellow for sell-by date doesn't mean
every market in this country does. 
I did say the markets HERE... and the sell-by date is on the label
also. They use color to attract the eye,and they put the color coded
on sale meat packages in front of those at full price that haven't
reached their sell-by date, I suppose because some would rather pay
the higher price for slightly fresher meat. I asked the butcher about
it and was told to cook that meat that day or freeze it. There are
usually only 2-3 packages color coded each morning and are quickly
gone. I only see them when I get to the store early, at about 7 AM. I
leave the house searly on the days my wife teaches school as she
leaves at 7 AM. On the days she teaches and I plan to shop early I
tell her to leave the automatic garage door open when she leaves. The
different stores here seem to use the same yellow for "used meat", I
suppose in other areas the color code is different, but It's been
years since I've shopped elsewhere. I haven't been more than 50 miles
from my front door since moving here. The market I usually shop at is
in town, 5 miles away. The only times I go further is when I have a
doctor appointment at one of the large hospitals in Albany, 40-50
miles depending which one, but that's a rareity. I don't drive far
anymore, my doctor, dentist, and eye doctor are in town, 5 miles...
everything I need is in town or a phone call away...
these days one can buy everything on line. We have a full hardware
store and lumber yard in town as good as Home Depot or Lowe's... they
have three locations in nearby towns, one specializes in rentals like
large backhoes and bulldozers, another specializes in firearms and
ammo, the one in this town specializes in paint and lumber, all three
sell hardware/tools, etc. For most hardware and tools I'd rather shop
at Amazon, usually costs less and shipping right to my door is free.
Amazon sells major brands of paint too.
Post by Gary
Post by i***@webtv.net
I'd bet a Porterhouse steak I could
walk into any market in New Yawk and buy marked down meat.  They're
certainly not going to through it away.
I know you meant to type "throw" it away. ;)  Yes, every supermarket is
different.  Then again, I never see those labels on the meat at Publix.
 Maybe I'm just not shopping on the right days but I have never seen
the euphemistic "used meat" markdown bins there, either.
The "used meat" is a RFC joke. It's not used but it's almost out of
date. You have to shop early in the day to find those as they are
grabbed early.
If you do buy one, be sure to cook it the same day. Don't even wait
until the next day.
Hank Rogers
2022-01-09 23:14:59 UTC
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Post by i***@webtv.net
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https://i.postimg.cc/6q22ppnP/Porterhouse-Steak-Raw.jpg
The markets here put those yellow sale labels on when it's the sell-by
date... nothing wrong with it but they are not permited to sell meat
past its sell-by date.
Different supermarkets/chains have their own color coded labels.
Just because your market uses yellow for sell-by date doesn't mean
every market in this country does.
I did say the markets HERE... and the sell-by date is on the label
also. They use color to attract the eye,and they put the color coded
on sale meat packages in front of those at full price that haven't
reached their sell-by date, I suppose because some would rather pay
the higher price for slightly fresher meat. I asked the butcher about
it and was told to cook that meat that day or freeze it. There are
usually only 2-3 packages color coded each morning and are quickly
gone. I only see them when I get to the store early, at about 7 AM. I
leave the house searly on the days my wife teaches school as she
leaves at 7 AM. On the days she teaches and I plan to shop early I
tell her to leave the automatic garage door open when she leaves. The
different stores here seem to use the same yellow for "used meat", I
suppose in other areas the color code is different, but It's been
years since I've shopped elsewhere. I haven't been more than 50 miles
from my front door since moving here. The market I usually shop at is
in town, 5 miles away. The only times I go further is when I have a
doctor appointment at one of the large hospitals in Albany, 40-50
miles depending which one, but that's a rareity. I don't drive far
anymore, my doctor, dentist, and eye doctor are in town, 5 miles...
everything I need is in town or a phone call away...
these days one can buy everything on line. We have a full hardware
store and lumber yard in town as good as Home Depot or Lowe's... they
have three locations in nearby towns, one specializes in rentals like
large backhoes and bulldozers, another specializes in firearms and
ammo, the one in this town specializes in paint and lumber, all three
sell hardware/tools, etc. For most hardware and tools I'd rather shop
at Amazon, usually costs less and shipping right to my door is free.
Amazon sells major brands of paint too.
Amazon is the finest retailer in the universe Popeye.
jmcquown
2022-01-09 16:31:31 UTC
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Post by Sheldon Martin
Post by Sqwertz
https://i.postimg.cc/6q22ppnP/Porterhouse-Steak-Raw.jpg
The markets here put those yellow sale labels on when it's the sell-by
date... nothing wrong with it but they are not permited to sell meat
past its sell-by date.
Different supermarkets/chains have their own color coded labels.
Just because your market uses yellow for sell-by date doesn't mean
every market in this country does.  I'd bet a Porterhouse steak I could
walk into any market in New Yawk and buy marked down meat.  They're
certainly not going to through it away.
I know you meant to type "throw" it away. ;)  Yes, every supermarket
is different.  Then again, I never see those labels on the meat at
Publix.   Maybe I'm just not shopping on the right days but I have
never seen the euphemistic "used meat" markdown bins there, either.
The "used meat" is a RFC joke.
Yeah, that's why I used the word "euphemistic". It's not a thing.
Post by Gary
It's not used but it's almost out of
date. You have to shop early in the day to find those as they are
grabbed early.
Sorry, I'm still not going to shop for food at 6AM. I'd rather sleep
in. I tend to shop on my way home from work. Or on my way home from an
appointment.
Post by Gary
If you do buy one, be sure to cook it the same day. Don't even wait
until the next day.
Again, I don't see those bins at the stores here. It might be the time
of day but could also be because we don't have the same stores. When I
still lived in West TN I did see those marked down meat bins. It was
usually not anything wanted to buy. Tough as nails sirloin tip steaks
for $2.00? No thanks.

Jill
Michael Trew
2022-01-09 23:31:14 UTC
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Post by Sheldon Martin
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The markets here put those yellow sale labels on when it's the sell-by
date... nothing wrong with it but they are not permited to sell meat
past its sell-by date.
Different supermarkets/chains have their own color coded labels.
Just because your market uses yellow for sell-by date doesn't mean
every market in this country does. I'd bet a Porterhouse steak I could
walk into any market in New Yawk and buy marked down meat. They're
certainly not going to through it away.
I know you meant to type "throw" it away. ;) Yes, every supermarket
is different. Then again, I never see those labels on the meat at
Publix. Maybe I'm just not shopping on the right days but I have
never seen the euphemistic "used meat" markdown bins there, either.
The "used meat" is a RFC joke.
Yeah, that's why I used the word "euphemistic". It's not a thing.
Post by Gary
It's not used but it's almost out of date. You have to shop early in
the day to find those as they are grabbed early.
Sorry, I'm still not going to shop for food at 6AM. I'd rather sleep in.
I tend to shop on my way home from work. Or on my way home from an
appointment.
Post by Gary
If you do buy one, be sure to cook it the same day. Don't even wait
until the next day.
Again, I don't see those bins at the stores here. It might be the time
of day but could also be because we don't have the same stores. When I
still lived in West TN I did see those marked down meat bins. It was
usually not anything wanted to buy. Tough as nails sirloin tip steaks
for $2.00? No thanks.
Jill
I don't think that I've seen a mark down bin for meat at my store
either. Occasionally some have a $3 (or whatever) off sticker, sitting
on top of the pile, which means they are up for "sell by" very soon.

$2 steak strips sound fine for braising or making stock/soup out of.
bruce bowser
2022-01-09 16:54:16 UTC
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The markets here put those yellow sale labels on when it's the sell-by
date... nothing wrong with it but they are not permited to sell meat
past its sell-by date.
Different supermarkets/chains have their own color coded labels.
Just because your market uses yellow for sell-by date doesn't mean
every market in this country does. I'd bet a Porterhouse steak I could
walk into any market in New Yawk and buy marked down meat. They're
certainly not going to through it away.
I know you meant to type "throw" it away. ;) Yes, every supermarket is
different. Then again, I never see those labels on the meat at Publix.
Maybe I'm just not shopping on the right days but I have never seen
the euphemistic "used meat" markdown bins there, either.
The "used meat" is a RFC joke. It's not used but it's almost out of
date. You have to shop early in the day to find those as they are
grabbed early.
If you do buy one, be sure to cook it the same day. Don't even wait
until the next day.
I have nothing against buying the $1.99 sale on store bacon packages.
Dave Smith
2022-01-09 17:57:55 UTC
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Post by Gary
Post by i***@webtv.net
Post by Sheldon Martin
Post by Sqwertz
https://i.postimg.cc/6q22ppnP/Porterhouse-Steak-Raw.jpg
The markets here put those yellow sale labels on when it's the sell-by
date... nothing wrong with it but they are not permited to sell meat
past its sell-by date.
Different supermarkets/chains have their own color coded labels.
Just because your market uses yellow for sell-by date doesn't mean
every market in this country does. I'd bet a Porterhouse steak I could
walk into any market in New Yawk and buy marked down meat. They're
certainly not going to through it away.
I know you meant to type "throw" it away. ;) Yes, every supermarket is
different. Then again, I never see those labels on the meat at Publix.
Maybe I'm just not shopping on the right days but I have never seen
the euphemistic "used meat" markdown bins there, either.
The "used meat" is a RFC joke. It's not used but it's almost out of
date. You have to shop early in the day to find those as they are
grabbed early.
If you do buy one, be sure to cook it the same day. Don't even wait
until the next day.
I have nothing against buying the $1.99 sale on store bacon packages.
Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
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i***@webtv.net
2022-01-09 20:14:06 UTC
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The "used meat" is a RFC joke. It's not used but it's almost out of
date. You have to shop early in the day to find those as they are
grabbed early.
If you do buy one, be sure to cook it the same day. Don't even wait
until the next day.
Baloney. More stupidity from Ghoulish Garish. Those labels state
"Sell by:" not "Cook/Consume by:".
Dave Smith
2022-01-09 20:31:28 UTC
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Post by Gary
The "used meat" is a RFC joke. It's not used but it's almost out of
date. You have to shop early in the day to find those as they are
grabbed early.
If you do buy one, be sure to cook it the same day. Don't even wait
until the next day.
Baloney. More stupidity from Ghoulish Garish. Those labels state
"Sell by:" not "Cook/Consume by:".
Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
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Sheldon Martin
2022-01-09 12:14:48 UTC
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The markets here put those yellow sale labels on when it's the sell-by
date... nothing wrong with it but they are not permited to sell meat
past its sell-by date.
Different supermarkets/chains have their own color coded labels.
Just because your market uses yellow for sell-by date doesn't mean
every market in this country does. I'd bet a Porterhouse steak I could
walk into any market in New Yawk and buy marked down meat. They're
certainly not going to through it away.
------------------THROW-------
i***@webtv.net
2022-01-09 20:19:36 UTC
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They're certainly not going to through it away.
------------------THROW-------
You're late professor. The error was caught Saturday and then I
apologized to Jill as she was the one that caught it. But I find it
amusing you're ready to jump on 'through' when you consistently,
and I do mean consistently, post "vehical."

@ @ ← eyeroll
Dave Smith
2022-01-09 20:29:21 UTC
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Post by Sheldon Martin
They're certainly not going to through it away.
------------------THROW-------
You're late professor. The error was caught Saturday and then I
apologized to Jill as she was the one that caught it. But I find it
amusing you're ready to jump on 'through' when you consistently,
and I do mean consistently, post "vehical."
Sheldon correcting someone's typo is rather ironic.
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2022-01-09 20:30:07 UTC
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Post by Sheldon Martin
They're certainly not going to through it away.
------------------THROW-------
You're late professor. The error was caught Saturday and then I
apologized to Jill as she was the one that caught it. But I find it
amusing you're ready to jump on 'through' when you consistently,
and I do mean consistently, post "vehical."
Sheldon correcting someone's typo is rather ironic.
Uhm, Dit is mijn kikker. Ghe Ghe Ghe.
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2022-01-09 20:30:55 UTC
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They're certainly not going to through it away.
------------------THROW-------
You're late professor. The error was caught Saturday and then I
apologized to Jill as she was the one that caught it. But I find it
amusing you're ready to jump on 'through' when you consistently,
and I do mean consistently, post "vehical."
@ @ ? eyeroll
Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
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Sheldon Martin
2022-01-09 20:37:20 UTC
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Post by Sheldon Martin
They're certainly not going to through it away.
------------------THROW-------
You're late professor. The error was caught Saturday and then I
apologized to Jill as she was the one that caught it. But I find it
amusing you're ready to jump on 'through' when you consistently,
and I do mean consistently, post "vehical."
Vehical is perfectly good Brooklynese spelling.
i***@webtv.net
2022-01-09 21:21:36 UTC
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Post by Sheldon Martin
They're certainly not going to through it away.
------------------THROW-------
You're late professor. The error was caught Saturday and then I
apologized to Jill as she was the one that caught it. But I find it
amusing you're ready to jump on 'through' when you consistently,
and I do mean consistently, post "vehical."
Vehical is perfectly good Brooklynese spelling.
But you haven't lived in Brooklyn since Teddy Roosevelt was president.

"Vehical" is acceptable but "through" isn't? One is misspelled and
unacceptable and the other was an incorrect word and not acceptable.
Not excusable but at least my mistake was spelled correctly.
Michael Trew
2022-01-09 23:33:27 UTC
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Post by Sheldon Martin
They're certainly not going to through it away.
------------------THROW-------
You're late professor. The error was caught Saturday and then I
apologized to Jill as she was the one that caught it. But I find it
amusing you're ready to jump on 'through' when you consistently,
and I do mean consistently, post "vehical."
Vehical is perfectly good Brooklynese spelling.
But you haven't lived in Brooklyn since Teddy Roosevelt was president.
"Vehical" is acceptable but "through" isn't? One is misspelled and
unacceptable and the other was an incorrect word and not acceptable.
Not excusable but at least my mistake was spelled correctly.
Hank missed his opportunity to point out that Brooklyn is the center of
the universe ;)
Hank Rogers
2022-01-09 23:44:39 UTC
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Post by Sheldon Martin
They're certainly not going to through it away.
------------------THROW-------
You're late professor. The error was caught Saturday and then I
apologized to Jill as she was the one that caught it. But I find it
amusing you're ready to jump on 'through' when you consistently,
and I do mean consistently, post "vehical."
Vehical is perfectly good Brooklynese spelling.
Damn Popeye! So yoose moved back to brooklyn?
Hank Rogers
2022-01-09 23:16:54 UTC
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https://i.postimg.cc/6q22ppnP/Porterhouse-Steak-Raw.jpg
The markets here put those yellow sale labels on when it's the sell-by
date... nothing wrong with it but they are not permited to sell meat
past its sell-by date.
Different supermarkets/chains have their own color coded labels.
Just because your market uses yellow for sell-by date doesn't mean
every market in this country does. I'd bet a Porterhouse steak I could
walk into any market in New Yawk and buy marked down meat. They're
certainly not going to through it away.
------------------THROW-------
Buy it and throw it in yoose vehical Popeye.
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2022-01-12 07:25:14 UTC
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The other stuff is yellow squash with sauteed leeks, Anaheim pepper,
and pimento cheese broiled for a few minutes. It was a win!
https://i.postimg.cc/6q22ppnP/Porterhouse-Steak-Raw.jpg
The markets here put those yellow sale labels on when it's the sell-by
date... nothing wrong with it but they are not permited to sell meat
past its sell-by date.
You're so full of shit your eyes are brown.

This is how Randalls/Safeway/Tom Thumb/Vons labels their weekly meat
sales, you imbecile. And stores decide their own sell-by dates, if
it they put ANY sell by dates at all on items. And they can sell it
anytime they want - even 1 year after its sell-by date.

You just keep getting dumber and more ridiculous as you get older.

-sw
Michael Trew
2022-01-13 02:44:41 UTC
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The other stuff is yellow squash with sauteed leeks, Anaheim pepper,
and pimento cheese broiled for a few minutes. It was a win!
https://i.postimg.cc/6q22ppnP/Porterhouse-Steak-Raw.jpg
The markets here put those yellow sale labels on when it's the sell-by
date... nothing wrong with it but they are not permited to sell meat
past its sell-by date.
You're so full of shit your eyes are brown.
This is how Randalls/Safeway/Tom Thumb/Vons labels their weekly meat
sales, you imbecile. And stores decide their own sell-by dates, if
it they put ANY sell by dates at all on items. And they can sell it
anytime they want - even 1 year after its sell-by date.
You just keep getting dumber and more ridiculous as you get older.
-sw
That seems to vary on the state...

https://consumered.georgia.gov/ask-ed/2015-01-26/are-stores-allowed-sell-expired-food-products
Dave Smith
2022-01-13 02:52:08 UTC
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Post by Sqwertz
Post by Sheldon Martin
Post by Sqwertz
The other stuff is yellow squash with sauteed leeks, Anaheim pepper,
and pimento cheese broiled for a few minutes. It was a win!
https://i.postimg.cc/6q22ppnP/Porterhouse-Steak-Raw.jpg
The markets here put those yellow sale labels on when it's the sell-by
date... nothing wrong with it but they are not permited to sell meat
past its sell-by date.
You're so full of shit your eyes are brown.
This is how Randalls/Safeway/Tom Thumb/Vons labels their weekly meat
sales, you imbecile. And stores decide their own sell-by dates, if
it they put ANY sell by dates at all on items. And they can sell it
anytime they want - even 1 year after its sell-by date.
You just keep getting dumber and more ridiculous as you get older.
-sw
That seems to vary on the state...
https://consumered.georgia.gov/ask-ed/2015-01-26/are-stores-allowed-sell-expired-food-products
This is NOT my frogger.
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jmcquown
2022-01-07 17:49:57 UTC
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The other stuff is yellow squash with sauteed leeks, Anaheim pepper,
and pimento cheese broiled for a few minutes. It was a win!
https://i.postimg.cc/6q22ppnP/Porterhouse-Steak-Raw.jpg
https://i.postimg.cc/G2STRy8Y/Cheesy-Yellow-Squash-Leek-Anaheim.jpg
https://i.postimg.cc/YSRmXVtd/Fish-and-Chips.jpg
https://i.postimg.cc/1zsqrP1g/Porterhouse-Steak-Mouthcam.jpg
https://i.postimg.cc/ZRqvXcR4/Porterhouse-Steak-Plated.jpg
And I ate EVERYTHING!
Looks like some Costco fried cod & fried got in there, too. That
was two days ago. I'll buy that fried cod again. Its a bitch to
make at home - this you just roast at 500F for 12 minutes and it's
almost as good as H. Salt Esquire,.
-sw
I'd eat that fried cod in an instant! Very good price on the
porterhouse. :)

Jill
Dave Smith
2022-01-07 19:11:49 UTC
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The other stuff is yellow squash with sauteed leeks, Anaheim pepper,
and pimento cheese broiled for a few minutes. It was a win!
https://i.postimg.cc/6q22ppnP/Porterhouse-Steak-Raw.jpg
https://i.postimg.cc/G2STRy8Y/Cheesy-Yellow-Squash-Leek-Anaheim.jpg
https://i.postimg.cc/YSRmXVtd/Fish-and-Chips.jpg
https://i.postimg.cc/1zsqrP1g/Porterhouse-Steak-Mouthcam.jpg
https://i.postimg.cc/ZRqvXcR4/Porterhouse-Steak-Plated.jpg
And I ate EVERYTHING!
Looks like some Costco fried cod & fried got in there, too. That
was two days ago. I'll buy that fried cod again. Its a bitch to
make at home - this you just roast at 500F for 12 minutes and it's
almost as good as H. Salt Esquire,.
-sw
I'd eat that fried cod in an instant! Very good price on the
porterhouse. :)
Jill
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bruce bowser
2022-01-07 19:48:26 UTC
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The other stuff is yellow squash with sauteed leeks, Anaheim pepper,
and pimento cheese broiled for a few minutes. It was a win!
https://i.postimg.cc/6q22ppnP/Porterhouse-Steak-Raw.jpg
https://i.postimg.cc/G2STRy8Y/Cheesy-Yellow-Squash-Leek-Anaheim.jpg
https://i.postimg.cc/YSRmXVtd/Fish-and-Chips.jpg
https://i.postimg.cc/1zsqrP1g/Porterhouse-Steak-Mouthcam.jpg
https://i.postimg.cc/ZRqvXcR4/Porterhouse-Steak-Plated.jpg
And I ate EVERYTHING!
Looks like some Costco fried cod & fried got in there, too. That
was two days ago. I'll buy that fried cod again. Its a bitch to
make at home - this you just roast at 500F for 12 minutes and it's
almost as good as H. Salt Esquire,.
-sw
I'd eat that fried cod in an instant! Very good price on the
porterhouse. :)
On the images button, those pics of slow smoked porterhouse are wonderful!
i***@webtv.net
2022-01-07 20:10:55 UTC
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https://i.postimg.cc/6q22ppnP/Porterhouse-Steak-Raw.jpg
https://i.postimg.cc/ZRqvXcR4/Porterhouse-Steak-Plated.jpg
And I ate EVERYTHING!
-sw
Looks good!!
Dave Smith
2022-01-07 20:23:28 UTC
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https://i.postimg.cc/6q22ppnP/Porterhouse-Steak-Raw.jpg
https://i.postimg.cc/ZRqvXcR4/Porterhouse-Steak-Plated.jpg
And I ate EVERYTHING!
-sw
Looks good!!
Uhm, Ghe Ghe Ghe. This is my frogger. Yes. Ghe Ghe Ghe :)))))))))))
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