Beef Rib Eye
Beef TrimmingsBeef Trimmings
Beef trimmings are the unused parts that remain after a piece of meat has been cut into steaks, roasts, and others. These are often used to make ground beef. Once it’s in ground beef form, there are numerous recipes where this ingredient can be used. Some notable examples are meatballs and burger patties. Throw in some buns and sauces, and you’ll have the makings of a great outdoor party.
Beef Robbed ForequarterBeef Robbed Forequarter
A forequarter refers to the front section of a side of beef. It usually includes the shoulder, front legs, and adjoining parts. It is known as a robbed forequarter when it is boneless because the bones have been taken out, or in more colorful language, robbed. You can get different cuts from the forequarter such as short ribs, rib eye steaks, and shank.
Beef FatsBeef Fats
Beef fats are used to create beef tallow, which is the product of grinding and boiling the fat, then cooling it down. It can be used for cooking and it keeps extremely well even without refrigeration because of its low water content. You can use beef fats for cooking vegetables to give them that delicious, beefy flavor. Frying with beef tallow is also recommended for meat dishes.