Everglades Airboats and more
March 15, 2018 9:10am CST
One of the exciting thing I love is going to the Everglade. This is a one hour airport tour plus animal sanctuary. The ride is so thrilling and full of fun.We did not see too many animals just a few. It was the thrill of it. The series CSI the early years the opening scene of the airboats. I have a question.Many hear do not eat meat.So this will not interest you. St.Patrick day will be here on the 17th. My question is.What is the best cut of corned beef. Flat cut or the Point cut and what is the differences? Is one leaner than the other?thanks. If the photo comes out. In the back you see me with Connie and Willie Mike is up front and not sure what he is looking for.Alligators? Noticed the expression on Connie face Photo is mine.
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I also loved the Everglade tour, it was so exciting. About the corned beef, the "flat," is lean and has a more consistent thickness. The "point," is the thicker end of the brisket, it is fattier. Point Cut is good for shredding, for corned beef I think that you should get the flat cut.
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• United States
I need that tour! I drove through the glades headed to the keys one year, stopped and the Indians cooked fresh Alligator, I love it, very good! I need one of those tours, any day would be nice. Yes that expression looks like she is not happy
• United States
Looks like so much fun! Glad you didn't have any encounters with alligators! As for the meat question, I don't know. I'm pretty much allergic to all meat except chicken. I think the wisest thing, though is to avoid any green meat, I don't care if it is St. Patrick's Day!
• San Jose, California
The flat cut is leaner, and is the one that I prefer, but it's also more expensive. The point cut is definitely fattier, but it has a lot of the flavor there too. I'm making Irish stew for St Patrick's Day this year, as well as some colcannon (mashed potatoes and greens) since my youngest daughter requested it.