What Part of the Cow Does a Rump Roast Come from?

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As the name implies, rump roast comes from a cow's behind. It is cut from the top part of the hindquarters. This cut of meat is a great choice for slow roasting.
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That would be the south end of a north-facing cow.
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The chuck portion comes from the neck and shoulder of the cow. Cuts tend to be muscular and fatty, though cooking with moist heat offsets this and produces palatable roasts. Some
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Oops, wrong animal! A rump roast comes from the hind quarter of
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It truly is the entire rear end of the cow. Source(s) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rump_steak. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Beef_….
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