British butcher Antony Bowness of Quality Standard Beef and Lamb located in Tewkesbury, a town in Gloucestershire, England, came up with the idea for his ‘Steak Bouquet’ by way of introspection. Imagine a dozen roses carved from strips of sirloin which are cradled on top of a vase. Says Bowness, “I get asked every year what I’d like for Valentine’s Day and I never know what to suggest. Soppy cards aren’t really my thing and it got me thinking about what I could make for other men out there like me. I had a ‘Eureka’ moment one day when a customer came in with a bunch of flowers. I started playing around with the idea and realized it was actually quite easy to do! I mean if you can make a dress from meat, then why not a bunch of roses?” via Hungeree
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