Thursday, February 11, 2016

But of course: A New Jersey strip steak

Larry Reisman, owner of Charley's Other Brother in Mount Holly, is now selling a 12-ounce strip steak hand-cut into the shape of New Jersey, which he is marketing as a New Jersey strip for $24.99.

But of course: A New Jersey strip steak

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Perhaps when you were a kid, you made your mother cut your PBJ into the shape of a dinosaur.

Fishtown photog Dominic Episcopo grew up to produce the lavish book Meat America, which contains photographs of meat cut into nearly all 50 states, as well as images of Elvis Presley, Ben Franklin and Michael Jackson.

Now, Dom's idea has gone commercial.

Larry Reisman, owner of Charley’s Other Brother in Mount Holly, is now selling a 12-ounce strip steak hand-cut into the shape of New Jersey, which he is marketing as a New Jersey strip for $24.99.

 

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