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Meet your Meat: French vs. American Butchery

Last fall, D’Artagnan hosted a knife-to-knife battle of international butchery at the Meat Hook in Brooklyn. Rock star Brooklyn butcher, Tom Mylan, held it down for the states while legendary French butcher Yves-Marie Le Bourdonnec represented les bleus. Check it out…..

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Here are some groovy diagrams showing basic beef cuts from both France and the US. Images courtesy of Larousse Gastronomique.

1, 2. collier (neck); 3. basses-cotes; 4. jumeau for grilling or frying; 5. jumeau for stewing; 6. macreuse; 7. plat de cotes decouvert (uncovered rib); 8. plat de cotes couvert (covered rib); 9. gite de derriere; 11. entre-cote; 12. hampe; 13. poitrine; 14. faux-filet; 15. filet; 16. bavette for grilling or frying; 17. bavette for stewing; 18. flanchet; 19. romsteck (rump steak); 20. aiguillette baronne; 21. rond de tranche basse; 22. tranche; 23. gite a la noix; 24. queue (tail)

1. chuck; 2. flanken-style ribs; 3. rib; 4. back ribs; 5. short loin; 6. Porterhouse steak; 7. tenderloin; 8. sirloin; 9. round; 10. boneless rump roast; 11. round steak; 12. hind shank; 13. flank; 14. flank steak rolls; 15. short plate; 16. brisket; 17. fore shank