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2013_4_OzerskyQL1.pngFrom a new Josh Ozersky post titled "Seven Steakhouse Sins": "One of the many subterfuges contrived by unscrupulous steak house owners is the practice, cynical and odious, of slathering 'meh' meat with aged beef kidney suet and/or butter and/or marrow, thus to fool you into thinking you are eating something you are not. There is a very famous New York steak house that takes this to an extreme, but I won't say who it is or what bridge it is located beside. " [Eatocracy]

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