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Old 06-01-2005, 09:25 PM   #1
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Picked up 3 CAB London Broils tonight for dinner tomorrow. Little dose of whos. sauce. Then I rubbed 1 with Wolfe rub, 1 with Mrs. Dash and 1 with KC Masterpiece BBQ seasoning. Gonna grill then up tomorrow and have a taste test with my wife and kids. I will let ya all know who the winner is!
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Old 06-01-2005, 09:34 PM   #2
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Nick, does the package say what the actual cut of meat is?
Until recently, London Broil was the method of cooking the meat... not the meat.
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Yeah...CAB London Broil. Where I come from it's considered a cut of meat. Wanted to splurge and get CAB seeing as my son is home on leave. He brought along 2 MRE's from his station. All I can say is "Is this the best we can come up with for our troops?" This was the most foul tasting thing I every had! He says the pallet that they come on has a stamp on it that says "Not for human consumption". They weren't lying either!
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Old 06-02-2005, 05:56 AM   #4
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Nick, does the package say what the actual cut of meat is?
Until recently, London Broil was the method of cooking the meat... not the meat.
They are called London Broil here as well. Flank steak was the original and now they use top round as the cut called LB.
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Old 06-02-2005, 09:44 AM   #5
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Yeah...CAB London Broil. Where I come from it's considered a cut of meat. Wanted to splurge and get CAB seeing as my son is home on leave. He brought along 2 MRE's from his station. All I can say is "Is this the best we can come up with for our troops?" This was the most foul tasting thing I every had! He says the pallet that they come on has a stamp on it that says "Not for human consumption". They weren't lying either!
Nick, back in my Army Days we referred to MRE's as Meals Rejected by Everyone. Many of the MRE's back then were dehydrated. Had to use what little water we had to eat them. Wasn't worth the effort. Best things about them though was that we could trade them even up for a hot Weiner Schnitzel Dinner and a liter of Beer. The Germans loved the stuff for camping.

I liked the "C" rations they replaced much better.
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Originally Posted by "Chris Finney":d6yy9tck
Nick, does the package say what the actual cut of meat is?
Until recently, London Broil was the method of cooking the meat... not the meat.
They are called London Broil here as well. Flank steak was the original and now they use top round as the cut called LB.[/quote:d6yy9tck]

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I thought they were one and both the same!
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