MEN AND THEIR MEAT

From THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD:

At St Thomas' Anglican Church in the western Sydney suburb of Cranebrook, the altar and pews have been pushed to one side. In their place, a group of about 70 men watch intently as a butcher goes to work on a side of beef suspended from a steel frame.

This is a Men and Meat evening, an event that teaches men about the best cuts and how to cook them. A gourmet butchery owner, Michael Moore, said there is always a good turn out at the events where he gives the men an inside scoop about what cuts are cheap and what to look for in colour and texture. He makes a point of showing them which cuts go into sausages.

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MEN AND THEIR MEAT — 5 Comments

  1. I went there once. It looks like a barn. And there are no pews or alter to push aside.

    He makes a point of showing them which cuts go into sausages.

    Which reminds of the butcher who sat down on his sausage machine. He got all behind in his orders.

    boom…tish!

  2. omg it’s basically our annual “Steaks for the Lord of the Underworld” event that we have near Veterans Day, to edify male warrior and hunter energy.

    😀

    wv: evows

    Electronic vows you take when you marry your World of Warcraft main squeeze