Learning about Beef Shoulder Clod

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Retired Spook

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Jun 28, 2022
Somewhere in Texas
So... I had to go to San Antonio this morning on short notice. On the way home I veered over to Kreuz Market to try out a serving of their clod.

Meh - tastes like the flat of a brisket... I mean it was good and all that - cooked as perfect as it could be cooked - real good beefy taste - not as dry as most brisket flat I've tasted but still much too lean for me - it was just more brisket is all.

Now, if it was cooked on a spit and came out the same as my first prime boneless chuck shoulder - now THAT would be a party!
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