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Beef Sirloin

post #1 of 6
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In Germany we get a good stuff from a special market. I like this one. It´s not easy to find the same cut like U.S because the local butcher doesn´t know the US cut.


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post #2 of 6

Looks like you are eating well.


Yeah, the different methods of breaking down the carcass in different countries can be confusing.  Even some regional variations in the US, but it looks like progress is being made there if the confusing terminology or marketing tags could ever be deciphered.  LOL


Good luck and good smoking.

post #3 of 6


Now it's hard to get cuts in Germany that I could even recognize as beef cuts. Now you have a chunk of meat that does look half way normal. Might I also add that your doing a fine job with it too.

post #4 of 6

It certainly looks good! What is it called?

post #5 of 6

Good day Texas BBQ

i found this info on the Switzerland web i hope it will help you with your butcher



Beef Cut Chart - Multiple languages.pdf 795k .pdf file




BeefMadeEasyCutChart.pdf 3,923k .pdf file


Merry Christmas


post #6 of 6
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@Al, this was a sirloin piece in spanish " picanha"


@africanmeat - thank you for your information, i will try my best, but normaly i buy the stuff from US IPB Company.

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