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Scottish | Kobe Beef Teriyaki Steak Sandwich13489 viewsScottish | Kobe beef, cut 8mm thick, marinated in teriyaki sauce, and cooked briefly on the barbeque. Served with some fresh tomatoes, and on a fresh roll.Jun 23, 2007
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Scottish | Kobe Teriyaki Steak with Rice and Soy Beans466 viewsMade with Scottish | Kobe beef cut 8mm thick. Marinated in teriyaki sauce, and then cooked quickly on the grill.Jun 23, 2007
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Yummy!472 viewsScottish-kobe beef cut sukiyaki style BBQ-ing Apr 29, 2006
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Scottish | Kobe Feather Steak269 viewsCoooked medium rare, with some fresh corn on the cob with a pat of Alderney Island butter (from Guernsey cows) and a fresh salad.Oct 28, 2005
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Scottish | Kobe Rump Steak308 viewsCooked with a pat of Alderney Island butter (from Guernsey cows), a baked potato with fresh chives, and some snap peas.Oct 28, 2005
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Top Rump Roast346 viewsThis delicious medium-rare piece of cold roast beef (with some freshly ground salt) is Scottish | Kobe top rump roast. Marjorie cooked it at a low temperature for a long time, using her trusty meat thermometer. A bit of green salad, some red potato salad --- and I'm a happy camper. I love taking these photographs, as I then get to eat the props.Sep 09, 2005
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Rull Balletcruz B012, our Aberdeen Angus Bull379 viewsThe folks who sold us Rull Balletcruz B012, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Jones, had a healthy respect for him. He looks quite menacing from this viewpoint, but I don't think he liked my camera. He was busy eating and relaxing on a Sunday afternoon at Lucies Farm.Jul 31, 2005
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Rull Balletcruz B012 - Aberdeen Angus Bull216 viewsEnjoying his Sunday lunch, July 31 2005, Lucies Farm four acre fieldJul 31, 2005
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Vic Scott and Andy Baddeley Massaging the Aberdeen Angus Steer224 viewsJun 11, 2005
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Vic Scott & Andy Baddeley Massaging Aberdeen Angus Steer236 viewsIt is thought that the regular massaging helps to marble the fat, and tenderise the beef. It also relaxes the steer.Jun 11, 2005
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Vic Scott Massaging Aberdeen Angus Steer243 viewsJun 11, 2005
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Vic Scott Massaging an Aberdeen Angus Steer4053 viewsThe cattle stand still when they're being massaged, and often lean into the massager. They are weighed and massaged after they've had their beer and grain, so are quite merry anyway.Jun 11, 2005
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