Skip to comments.Holy Cow! How Will You Celebrate Fatherís Day?
Posted on 06/15/2014 5:18:13 AM PDT by NOBO2012
Still havent decided what to serve Pop for your Fathers Day cookout? Why not try your hand at a homemade version of Lady Ms new favorite burger: The Holy Cow!
The Holy Cow includes an insouciant wink at the NSAs ICU program
Brought to my attention by Gerard at American Digest and 'splained by Sploid, the Holy Cow was engineered by Reds True Barbecue and is,basically like sandwiching an entire cow between the bun. Heres what youll need.
- Carpaccio beef and olive (thats the eyeball winking at you)
- 21-hour Texas-smoked brisket
- Juicy Lucy (melted cheese hidden inside a 100% steak burger)
- A Parmesan and Jacob's cracker-crusted pattie made of pulled oxtail and pulled ox cheek with diced slow-smoked ox heart and ox liver
- Jalapeño and dill pickle relish
- Thickly sliced mustard-pickled tongue
- Unholy sticky beef jus
- Pulled 12hr smoked beef rib
- Blackened Wagyu rib eye steak
- Beef bacon
- Red's Dirty sauce
- Chargrilled red onion ring
What red blooded American dad wouldnt love to scarf down this bovine collection? Ok, its got that creepy eyeball thingy on top, butt that will be dispatched with extreme prejudice with the first chomp.
I C U! And raise my flag in salute.
However, if youre not in the mood for a cookout, cant find good quality mustard-pickled tongue or pulled ox cheek, or if globull warming has kiboshed your cookout plans with colder and/or wetter than normal weather, you could drop in for the Fathers Day special being offered at Big Reds. And if whole cow burgers arent your thing you could get one of their other great all-American BBQ dinners available at all 3 of their big locations:
Well yes, they are in England, butt that shouldnt surprise anyone; in the Age of Obama just about everyone seems to be more American than America. Butt I must say, the Brits seem to have captured the zeitgeist of pre-Obama America: bigger is better and theres no such thing as too much. Insatiable, unstoppable, irrational exuberance for all things beef:
The burger is served with fries that are "thrice cooked" in beef drippings and served with a pulled beef Ragu sauce for dipping. Just in case that wasn't enough cow, the burger also comes with a Bloody Mary made with a beef tomato consommé and "jerky shards." According to Metro UK, the burger is priced at £25 ($41.88 USD) and contains 2,500 calories. A limited number of the burgers will only be available on Father's Day
All I can say is Holy Cow! (Im referring to the burger, not well, you-know-who.)
All this..for a damn flag!?!
This isnt exactly Fathers Day music, butt I think its Big Reds theme song:
I cant weep and I cant eat
Since you walked out on me
Holy smoke, what you doin to me, yeah
I cant eat and I cant sleep, yeah
Since you walked out on me, yeah
Holy cow, whatcha doin, child, child
Maybe theres something about having your father walk out on you that permanently messes with a mans heart - and his soul. All I know is that fathers are very important; dont let anyone tell you otherwise.
Happy Fathers Day to all the many truly great fathers out there. And if you have, or had, a great father consider yourself one of the very, very fortunate souls who need not wander the earth in search of your significance.
Posted from: Michelle Obamas Mirror
If you don’t live in the same area and cannot visit in person, give your dad a call today. I sure wish I could call mine.
How am I going to celebrate Father’s Day? By enjoying my family like we been since Thursday. To all dads, Happy Father’s Day.
I’m working. YAYS.
Breakfast beers- because I’m out of bourbon
How will I celebrate Fathers Day? Wishing my dad were still here. Lost him to lung cancer in ‘95. It still hurts.
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