Curious, at FR BBQ, where is the Colorado All Natural Angus Beef from? Thanks.
I figured as master chef of the universe you would know that Sysco’s CAB (Certified Angus Beef) beef most likely doesn’t come from Colorado ranchers, in fact we don’t know where it comes from. Too bad there isn’t country of origin labeling required for restaurants. Also Ranch Foods Direct doesn’t give kickbacks for doing business – just good meat. And unlike Sysco and CAB, there is no Pink Slime in the burger.
I guess I should make us some Bahn Mi. Let me know about future challenges/cravings, and I'll "Pop-Up" somewhere & serve up the goodness.
AkamaiRabbit, food and a cuisine is a story about people. If you would take the time to learn about another culture, you would understand the importance of rabbit, dog, cat & how the entire cute & fluffy & delicious animal kingdom plays a roll in our own culture & history. As for this “local” menu, I wouldn’t worry about the loss of too many bunnies. Unfortunately, “chefs’ in this town believe in ripping off Thomas Keller & David Chang and serving us horrific interpretations of their foods. How about doing something original? Please; learn how to properly cook & please stop serving us rotten fish heads & terrines of moldy cat food.
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