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Subject:  Re: Calling all Fools Date:  8/17/2000  2:35 PM
Author:  eeegad Number:  9364 of 44390

What's the difference between a pork chop and a pork steak?

A pork steak is cut from the butt and is larger than a pork chop which comes from the rib/loin area. The pork steak is darker meat and has more marbling. By BBQ, I mean grilled outdoors over charcoal usually sopped with someone's special tomato based sauce. However, they are quite tasty marinated and grilled without sauce. Many BBQ gurus marinate them overnight in beer. Yummy!

If you think pork steaks are a strange St. Louis tradition, wait until you hear about mostaccioli (south St. Louis spelling) and weddings.

eeegad!
who is toasting her ravioli


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