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    flat iron is a good cut, we have flat iron steaks on a regular basis....my main complaint with the fillet is its got no flavor compared to other cuts....if you think prime rib is biting into fat and gristle you havent had good prime rib......prolly doesnt help that being on the east coast most of the beef yah get is likely corn fed out of the midwest.....range raised has less fat....when beef cows are feed lots of corn and grain they develop the very heavy marbling of fat in the cuts which some love.....to me corn fed beef, regardless of cut, leaves almost an oily film in my mouth....range raised tends to be leaner and actually richer in vitamins(IIRC there is a huge difference in the amount of Vitamin E in range beef versus feedlot)....the difference in taste is enough and my preference is enough is i dont order steaks at restaurants once i get about half way through the Dakotas, ill eat chicken or fish or something else....
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    Hey what about Blue Crabs Could be worked in, maybe blue crabs with that croquette mix in the shells??

    And do you have a line on blue pansy petals?? Some kind of blue flower could serve at LEAST as garnish on somethin if you have them avaiable
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    Hey, I never said anything against Fillet Mignon
    My personal favorite, although it is not blue, is pork, marinated in mayonnaise/seltzer (or mineral water)/onions (cut small enough to give the juice, but not too small because then they'll burn when cooked, and you'll taste the ashes) mixture, and cooked on charcoal... mmm.
    One can add blue food die to make them blue though
    Oh and yes, fat adds a whole explosion of flavor, taken in moderation though. If there is too much fat, the meat just turns into... bleh!
    There is a traditional herring/beats/eggs dish. It is served traditionally on New Year... the beats with mayo give it purple color
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    mabudon, I can't believe I forgot about blue crabs. Too bad it's not soft shell season.
    As far as flowers go I looked into that and my purveyors can get dendrobium orchids but the cost is nuts. And trying to keep my food cost at 30% so had to scrap that.
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    There's always dyed carnations and the like. I wonder if you could dye them with juice... Can you get white nasturtiums? Is there even such a thing?
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    "Where's all the blue food?

    You can't say blueberries, cause one look and you know them suckers is purple.

    And you can't say blue cheese, cause it's normal cheese with mold in it.

    Who's got the blue food? Where's it at?

    I bet you it bestows immortality."

    -George Carlin, 1978

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