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shamburger

shamburger  n.— «Nursing A Beef With Shamburgers.…Lots of chefs in nonburger eateries think ground chuck is tacky. They’ve created a Mutant Burger epidemic, tweaking their beef with all kinds of oddball cuts and stuffings...

deckle

deckle  n.— «Though John Ross, head of the society’s contest-sanction committee, contends that “burnt ends come from whatever’s burnt,” be it beef or pork, the specialty derives from the point—also called the deckle or nose—the...

deckle

deckle  n.— «Deckle: A 3-inch-thick piece of fat at the tip of a brisket of beef, usually removed unless the customer insists it remain and be cooked to add taste.» —“Chicago Speak” by Anne Keegan Chicago...

deckle

deckle  n.— «The “deckle” is really a layer of very fatty meat on the inner side of a beef brisket and very probably not what you were buying on the East Coast. The cut that was being called “deckle” was very likely...

corned beef leg

corned beef leg
 n.— «“Corned beef legs“—mottled or blotchy skin on legs.» —“Does my bouncy castle look big in this?” Daily Mail (London, England) Sept. 16, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

goat grab

goat grab n. at gatherings or celebrations in the Middle East, a communal self-served meal of meat and vegetables eaten with the hands. Editorial Note: This term is used informally by Anglophones not native to the culture. The food eaten in a goat...