One-half of the beef sold in the U.S. is served at restaurants, but it takes work to keep it on the menu, especially as supplies get tighter and prices go higher. Recently, the Beef Checkoff sponsored an event to help some of the nation's top chefs explore creative ways to put beef on restaurant menus. Brian Baxter has more in this report from California.
Beef. It's what's on the menu.
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