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Just completing my online shopping - which of the following beef joints would be most tender?

(9 Posts)
handlemecarefully Thu 26-Jul-07 21:51:17

with least chewy bits (which puts off the lo's)

'Hereford beef top rump roasting joint'
'Hereford beef topside roasting joint'
'British beef topside roasting joint'
or
'British beef boneless prime rib joint'

?

BreeVanDerCampLGJ Thu 26-Jul-07 21:53:04

Sorry no idea.


But bump

BreeVanDerCampLGJ Thu 26-Jul-07 21:53:36

Have you tried going to your local butcher and asking them ?

iota Thu 26-Jul-07 21:55:27

IMHO rib is more tender than topside - topside is very close grain and firm and can be chewy. Rib is fattier and looser grain

fishie Thu 26-Jul-07 21:56:07

rib - has more fat so will be more tender and not a big old cow rump which = lean but tough.

handlemecarefully Thu 26-Jul-07 21:56:24

I could go to the farm shop (which does fresh meat) I guess and ask them....

was just being idle and trying to include it in my online supermarket shopping

handlemecarefully Thu 26-Jul-07 21:56:53

Ah thanks. Rib it is then.

SlightlyMadSpider Thu 26-Jul-07 21:58:08

DP (chef) says topside is supposed to be 'the best'. But the rib joint would prob be most tender

iota Thu 26-Jul-07 21:58:42

these people agree with me

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