As I said previously I like to roast the tough cuts over the tender cuts.
Another of my favourite cuts is the blade. This comes from the shoulder.
Blade is moist which makes for a terrific roast. As it is a tough cut this needs to be cooked on a low heat for a longer time. The result is a very tasty and moist roast.
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A fleam, or phleam, was a handheld instrument used for bloodletting. This name for handheld venipuncture devices first appears in Anglo-Saxon manuscripts around A.D. 1000. The name is most likely derived from phlebotome: phlebos, Greek for blood vessel and tome, meaning to cut. These instruments are the progression from the early use of fish teeth, sharpened stones, and thorns used to penetrate blood vessels. The earliest known examples are made of bronze with a myrtle-leaf shape to the blade. In the 17th and 18th centuries, the German Fliete and French flamettes were developed. These devices with their right-angle blades are the earliest forms of what collectors now refer to as the fleam. These instruments with their triangular-shaped blades were designed to be placed over the vein (most commonly the jugular or saphenous) and struck with a fleam stick. This would ideally result in rapid penetration of the vein with minimal risk to the operator and minimal dissection of the subcutaneous tissues.