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Old 09.01.2021, 10:51
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Onglet de boeuf

Hubby got a package of Vaud regional products from his company as a Christmas present. Not sure what to do with the above. It's smoked and made by Armoire à Brume in Forel. Do you just open it and eat it? Cook it in some way?
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Old 09.01.2021, 11:07
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Their website says that it is perfect as part of an aperitif when cut into thin slices so I guess you just eat it as it is.
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Re: Onglet de boeuf

Thanks Belgianmum. Hubby looked at the website, but must have not seen that and he's been googling trying to find the answer as well. Told him someone on EF would probably know the answer.
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Thanks Belgianmum. Hubby looked at the website, but must have not seen that and he's been googling trying to find the answer as well. Told him someone on EF would probably know the answer.
I read it in French and have only just now realised when looking again that they have English as an option too.

https://www.swisswineselection.ch/en...de-boeuf-fume/
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Re: Onglet de boeuf

That's the Nierenzapfen/Kronfleisch in German. Apparently it's the hanger steak according to Wiki and the english version of the page.
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