Best Buys at the Butcher Shop Some of the cheaper cuts of meat offer the most flavor, especially when they are slow-cooked. The following all benefit from braising or stewing, but we also suggest additional cooking methods. We were disappointed in the inexpensive cuts of veal, so we didn’t include any.
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