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Gary Vandepeer

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2 days ago

Jim Twomey

I want to over haul my main cabinet, is there any good sites to get lay out ideas, i see some great displays here ... See MoreSee Less

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There's some lovely displays on here, but I personally reckon you have to tailor your counter to your customers. Look at what they buy the most of then take that as your lead on what to display, put stuff you think will appeal to your customers near what they already buy. I know a few butchers who like to change their counters every week, but the customers don't like that because it's not familiar and they don't know what they're looking at. Good luck!

Presentation is everything, even back in the 1930s forward thinking butchers were focusing on the quality and appearance of their display ... See MoreSee Less

Presentation is everything, even back in the 1930s forward thinking butchers were focusing on the quality and appearance of their display

Ok, some customers don't really know what they want. In a way, it's our job to decipher that. But when a customer asks for 4 lamb breasts, and actually means chicken breasts... ... See MoreSee Less

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Well it's not far out 😎😎😎

2 weeks ago

Olivier Lebasque

Oui!!!?? Qu'en pensez-vous !!?? Perso je n'en ai jamais vu!!!!

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The People's Content

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That's weird not normal haha

Kylie Theresa Plant

My colleges in the canteen at breakfast

What the.... Is that an steroid pork

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Cool video, never seen it done like that before. It's so interesting seeing how the same end result is achieved all over the world (and even done differently by people in the same country) πŸ™‚

Think he's tryin 2 find a way 2 amuse himself, taken far 2 long,4 mins tops 2 bone a top of beef out,!!

Never seen it done like that before....

1 week ago

Stu Pritchard

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Cant beat it

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Nice work

Great stuff

6 days ago

Stu Pritchard

Just a small part of my day ... See MoreSee Less

Just a small part of my day

1 week ago

Peter Smith

Well managed to get our story in the Birmingham mail picked as the charity champion for Birmingham children's hospital with everything i do at jamie wards butchers πŸΎπŸ˜ƒJamie wards butchers have made it in the Birmingham mail ... See MoreSee Less

Well managed to get our story in the Birmingham mail picked as the charity champion for Birmingham childrens hospital with everything i do at jamie wards butchers πŸΎπŸ˜ƒ

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A real inspiration, well done, and your daughter is a cutie!

Xmas present for the niece sorted!Hahahaha ... See MoreSee Less

Xmas present for the niece sorted!

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Its all belly. I want the rest! Im guessing the belly pack from the news stand is cheap as shit! The rest will leave me with a price tag of a bmw just like every model i have built

Classic

1 week ago

Edward Ribis

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1 week ago

Jason Ricci

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Wagyu sirloin bone in and tenderloin butt. ... See MoreSee Less

Wagyu sirloin bone in and tenderloin butt.

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Looks like a rump to me???

No way it's wagyu

Bit lean for my liking of wagyo.... See you using the American name for rump.... sirloin

Bos asan ba part ng beef ung wagyu...kci mahal daw po yan

Sir the wagyu is the breed of beef it's call Japan beef.

Anong part yan bos ng beef

Wagu is also grown in different countries.... coby beef is exclusive Japanese.... wagu is grated on marbel scores

What part of beef they col wagyu sir Philip Dreyer.ty

That is wagu rump steak

Wagu is the breed of bee2

That's rump not sirloin ?

Knuckle

I'm sorry guys but her in the Phil. I never knuw the name rump but may be the sirloin having a bone.. but in my cutting and in our meatshop that's sirloin bone in.

Rump

He means rump and rump fillet lol

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1 week ago

Stu Pritchard

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1 week ago

Stewart Bradley

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Borrowed this off my colleague Colin, whose meatobiography is charted in the front cover ... See MoreSee Less

Borrowed this off my colleague Colin, whose meatobiography is charted in the front cover

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Remember my first wages were Β£5 pound 10 shillings in 1966 I got an extra 10 bob a week because I was the Saturday boy and knew how to scrub up

That was about what I got in 1957

4 weeks ago

Marc Young

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Nice looking meat ,what's the rump steak doing upside down

Just sits better that way

Put a lump of fat or similar into white counter bag and use it as a support under rump bone perhaps

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