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In Reply to: Re: Maybe posted by csc bbq team on February 17, 2011 at 19:08:35:
As the very unethical and slimy saying goes "Nothing's illegal unless you get caught." As it turns out, it's now definitely illegal and so far, no one's been caught. I think this whole thing has accomplished what most cooks would like it to... that although it will be difficult to enforce, it will take big balls to keep an illegal cut of meat on a cooker for such an extended amount of time and therefore might give cheaters pause to think about the ramifications if they get caught cooking one. I don't have it in my blood to cheat on anything but if I knew I had an illegal cut of meat on my smoker, I'd be a nervous wreck about it. Hopefully that in itself will be a deterrant to those who seek to circumvent the rules of fair play. And I betcha SRF's sales of collar drop significantly this year.
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