Prime BEEF

AcronymDefinition
Prime BEEFPrime Base Engineer Emergency Force (US DoD)
Prime BEEFPriority Improved Management Effort - Base Engineer Emergency Force
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Levy body Hybu Cig Cymru pointed out that cull dairy cows will have produced calves that entered the supply chain as prime beef.
The Salpicao in this case is extra special as it is made from USDA prime beef.
"The one thing that sets us apart from every restaurant outside the casinos is we are buying IOO percent USDA prime beef," he said.
The comapny also plans to launch several more groundbreaking products in the months to come including a new, patented hydrolysed whey protein, and a new A Prime Beef protein.
Maybe it's not all those key traits that make him a success - maybe it's a just a combination of prime beef, Yorkshire puddings and generous servings of gravy.
Famed for its commitment to only serving USDA Prime beef, it's natural for any diner to be drawn to the menu's meat selection -- despite the restaurant also offering a quality range of seafood options.
Prime beef is produced from young, well-fed beef and has the most abundant marbling or superior juicing, but more of that later.
Signature grills from the menu will feature some of the world's finest quality cuts of meat including: USDA Prime Beef, Australian 1824 Sirloin, Australian Mulwarra Ribeye, Australian Wagyu Grade 9 Fillet Steak and Irish John Stone Beef Sirloin.
The Palm was perhaps L.A.'s first clubby, industry-oriented steak specialist, as well-known for its powerful clientele as for its prime beef. The venerable spot re-opened this month in Beverly Hills after almost 40 years on Santa Monica Blvd.
Caption: The EU export approved Meatco abattoir is the only exporter of prime beef to the EU market.