Favourite Meat

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  • Beef

    Votes: 7 15.6%
  • Pork

    Votes: 12 26.7%
  • Lamb

    Votes: 10 22.2%
  • Chicken

    Votes: 7 15.6%
  • Seafood

    Votes: 6 13.3%
  • Other

    Votes: 3 6.7%

  • Total voters
    45

Big Sauce 21

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Lurve my meats, not so seafood but nearly everything else. Beef is alright probably middle order. Top one would probably be Pork. love the taste of the roasts, kinda a sweet taste.
 

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Lurve my meats, not so seafood but nearly everything else. Beef is alright probably middle order. Top one would probably be Pork. love the taste of the roasts, kinda a sweet taste.
You also so love steak :D
love steak, big piece of rump mmmm. anyway how do you have yours ? I'm a well done man, love it slaughtered but will eat anything to Medium if I have to, no rare.
http://www.bigfooty.com/forum/threads/how-do-you-have-your-steak.1046967/
 

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I voted chicken because it's so versatile. You can pretty much have it in everything from pasta, curries, stir-fries, risottos, soup, roasts and so forth. Pork is a close second, love a good bit of pork belly or marinated pork chop and then probably seafood. Not a huge fan of red meat, I'll eat it at home not to be difficult but I'll never order it when I'm out.
 

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Chicken just over beef.

Love lamb, bacon and pork as well as duck!

Not too big on seafood but love calamari and a bit of flake from the local fish and chippery every now and again.
 

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love them all but if I had to eat one meat every day it would be beef.

pork and lamb right up there with their rich flavours.

seafood is yum

chicken is good but lacks flavour
 
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Mmmmm meat. I love it all and will eat it all, anyway, anytime, anywhere.
1. Pork FTW; pork loin chops, bacon, pork roast with heavily salted/oiled crackling :) , pork sausages, ham, pork fillet, ribs (especially chinese Char Siu style), pork belly. Truly the magical animal.
2. Beef; primarily steak - love a good piece of rump; medium rare, BBQ flame grilled with salt & pepper. Depending on thickness, 1 minute each side, flipped 3 times (cooked twice each side) will do it.
3. Seafood; shellfish , salmon, barra, snapper, spanish mackerel, red emperor, dhufish. Marron with garlic and/or butter is pretty special.
4. Lamb; love forequarters and loin chops. French cutlets are good but not great value.
5. Chicken; so versatile. Roast is probably my fave but great in curries.
Other; duck, goose, goat, kangaroo. Each though usually need an experienced cook to get it right.
 

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Mmmmm meat. I love it all and will eat it all, anyway, anytime, anywhere.
1. Pork FTW; pork loin chops, bacon, pork roast with heavily salted/oiled crackling :) , pork sausages, ham, pork fillet, ribs (especially chinese Char Siu style), pork belly. Truly the magical animal.
2. Beef; primarily steak - love a good piece of rump; medium rare, BBQ flame grilled with salt & pepper. Depending on thickness, 1 minute each side, flipped 3 times (cooked twice each side) will do it.
3. Seafood; shellfish , salmon, barra, snapper, spanish mackerel, red emperor, dhufish. Marron with garlic and/or butter is pretty special.
4. Lamb; love forequarters and loin chops. French cutlets are good but not great value.
5. Chicken; so versatile. Roast is probably my fave but great in curries.
Other; duck, goose, goat, kangaroo. Each though usually need an experienced cook to get it right.
is it strange that your post made my mouth water ?
 
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