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      02-18-2020, 09:57 AM   #1223
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Originally Posted by KenB925 View Post
They are certainly not as common as many other cuts. My local Costco has them regularly now.

The other thing about them is that they look 'intimidating' to some people and they are expensive enough that, generally speaking, you're not going to buy them to experiment if you don't know what you are doing.
Maybe some folks won't buy something they haven't ever cooked, but I'm always looking for a new cut to master. The only traditional BBQ cut that I haven't done is a beef clod, just due to the sheer size of it and not having an army to help me eat it. I love to experiment. I'll still cook a batch of butts from time to time so I can have it on hand and give some to my mom, but the traditional cuts have all sort of become "old hat" at this point. I do non-traditional cuts to mix things up. Did a prime rib back in December. Tasted fantastic with an herb rub smoked over cherry and served with a Dijon sauce.
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