Thursday, June 12, 2014

MAD COW KANSAS CITY!!!

KCUR reports that your veggie buddies aren't that crazy after all: Beef Sent To Kansas City Restaurant Recalled Due To Mad Cow Fear

12 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Hmm that could explain why CK has gone mad.

Jim Bohannon's Unvarnished Truth said...

How would we even be able to tell if the average local had a degenerative brain disease caused by Mad Cow beef?

The average rube in this cornfed brain dead town knows more MMA fighters than Supreme Court justices.

Anonymous said...

These quartered beef carcasses stamped as having passed inspection were produced starting around Sept 2013 and April 2014.

Anonymous said...

LOL right on 2:27

Anonymous said...

4,012 pounds - Distributed to a restaurant in New York, New York, another in Kansas City, Missouri, and a Whole Foods distribution center in Connecticut.

Anonymous said...

They won't identify the Kansas City restaurant that got the possibly tainted beef?

Good Christ, how irresponsible can things get around here?

Read the KC Star restaurant inspection reports. Frequently they mention meat stored in coolers in a way that allows juices to drip onto other foods.

That means the chicken or veggies (or whatever) you order can be contaminated by its proximity to infected beef. Sloppy food handling is not a rarity, the inspection reports indicate.

Guess I won't be eating in any KC restaurants until this mess is cleared up via responsible public information.

Anonymous said...

Man glad I stopped eating beef 25 years ago. Best thing I ever did.

Anonymous said...

Responsible public information?

Here in KC?

LMAO good luck with that.

Anonymous said...

This explains Sly James dancing at the airport last week!

Anonymous said...

3:10 comment = EXACTLY!!!

They won't identify the restaurant!
Gee, thanks for nothing!

Anonymous said...

Just think which steakhouses in OP serve a bone-in cowboy style ribeye. I gotz a pretty good idears

Anonymous said...

Grass fed Google gives us Anton's and a this link http://www.americangrassfedbeef.com/grass-fed-beef-map.asp?state=Missouri