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Cuts of Beef

written by: jerzeelv
 
This quiz is all about knowing where your steak, roast, or stew meat came from. Enjoy!

Question 1:

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What is the most tender cut of beef?
Ribeye
Tenderloin
Mock Tender
Tri-tip


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Question 2:


What does the short loin consist of?
All of these
New York Strip
Porterhouse
Filet Mignon

Question 3:

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Skirt steak is from what part of the cow?
Chuck
Bottom sirloin
Top sirloin
Round


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Question 4:


Which is the toughest meat from the cow?
Chuck
Flank
Brisket
Round

Question 5:

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What cut of beef is also known as the "spencer steak"?
Boneless New York
Boneless Ribeye
Bone-in New York
Bone-in Ribeye


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Question 6:


What is the beef cut “rump roast” also called?
Bottom round roast
Tri-tip
Top round roast
Chuck roast

Question 7:

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A cheesesteak, also know as the Philly cheesesteak, is most commonly prepared using what kind of meat?
Chuck
Brisket
Top round
Ribeye


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Question 8:

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The great St. Patrick's Day entree, corned beef, is made from the round of the cow, or what other beef cut?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)



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Question 9:

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Cross-cuts of the upper portion of a cow's tail are called oxtail.
False
True


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Question 10:


Most butchers try to never let any part of the cow go to waste. This includes the head. When parts of a cow's head are combined and cooked, the product is this, to say the least, interesting lunchmeat.
Head steak
Head meat
Cow's head
Head cheese

 


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