Anybody got any cuts/species of meat that are off the beaten path (i.e. not usually found in a supermarket) that they feel everyone should try? I'll start with a few... 1. Oxtail (Beef) - You wanna make an awesome stew and have 2 and a half to 3 hours to burn? This is IMO more satisfying than Chuck/Brisket/Plate cuts. My Dad slow cooked an oxtail from a Charolais like a roast and that was one of the best meals I have ever had. 2. Beef Tongue - Now the look, concept, and texture may be off putting for some; it's really a flavorable, rich, cut. I know most people either boil it or pickle it, but if you peel off the skin and cut into thin slices you can make some kickass tacos. 3. Fresh Side Bacon (AKA pork belly) - Bacon may be God's gift to man, but the cut it came from is something that should be appreciated more. I actually like it better than cured bacon (not a big fan of heavy salted meat, but like ham). Second to loin, my favorite cut on a porker (coming from a family engrained in free-ranged pig farming) 4. Chuck Blade Roast (Buffalo) - Buffalo is a bit tougher than beef is, that's why it needs to be cooked a lot longer. When we have Christmas my mom usually makes this for an afternoon meal. Turkey has a lot of Tryptophan (the stuff that makes you sleepy), but Buffalo has high amounts as well. It seems like every time I eat Buffalo roast I end up sleeping for 4 hours. But there's something distinct about bison that's satisfying. What other of God's creators/cuts of God's creators are also worth trying?