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Discussion in 'Beef' started by fire it up, Aug 30, 2009.
That looks terrific, did it taste as good as it looks?
Oh yeah, it was delicious. One of those dishes that you even enjoy eating cold. And the giardiniera, it was hard to let it rest for the full two days, if you notice there is a little less in the finished bowl than when I started it, so good for snacking.
I suddenly have a hankering for Italian Beef.... Great job on the qview and finished product....it looked great!
Oh yeah..JIM.You gonna bring some pastrami or this or whatever to my Dover,Deleware comp in Oct.Donty matter..I like this alot my friend...
Keep up the good smoking/work.Love them veggies.Stay Strong...I be pointed out.
Was already planning on doing up a batch of chipotle pastrami to bring you in a care package, not sure what else but you can be sure the pastrami will be included.
Thanks brother from another.We have tons of food.You are welcome with nothing. My sis/everybody on team would love to try your chipotle etc pastrami.THANKS.
OH MY GOD thats some more than great looking food from the Itialian beef from chuckies to that concocsionyou called Giardiniera where the heck do you find these recipes. They all look and sound so good I think I'm just gonna link to all your threads so I won't miss anything.
This is points material for sure.Great job and Qview,
That there is a beautiful sammie, I can almost taste it from here. Thanks for sharing the Q-view.
As for the cherry flavor, why not a cherry jam or jelly? Or canned cherry pie filling?
That's some good looking beef! Fine looking sammie too.
After my wife saw these picks we had to run to Costo and pick up a couple of chuck roasts. It looks like we are doing these Labor day weekend, thanks for the inspiration.
there once was a italian beef shop in flagstaff..
it was great
it changed owners.
then it was not so great!
BUT what I saw you make was great and now I add that to my list of things to try!!
Hope you and the wife like it (I'm sure you will) Visilor.
For the rub and seasoning to the beef broth the easiest thing to do is just use packets of dry Italian dressing mix, try to get some of the fats skimmed off the top since chuckies do have a tendency to be on the greasy side and the juice for dipping is key, it really puts it over the top.
Good luck and I hope you enjoy.
I dropped by again to look at your feast and noticed my post never "took" or registered! Well, here I am posting again.....Bud you have an awesome cooking hand and mind. What a wonderful feast of a meat you've made and Gardineria is a side that melts my heart....you did it real well!
Congratulations on your cooking. You certainly display a talent that I would love to learn from side by side in a rockin' money-makin' kitchen!
Points, well earned, my friend.
What a dream that would be, doing something we love AND not only making some cash but more than that I think an even better reward would all the happy people enjoying some fine smoke, well...almost better than the money anyway
dang shure looks purty, i just gave you points on another thread and wont let me do it again, nice pix, thks for sharing!!!
All I can say is WOW as my jaw hit the floor after seeing those pics. That is something I'm defiantly gonna be trying to do myself.
Awesome job my friend Awesome job.
awesome looking beef, and sandwich there, nice touch with the homemade giardiera.
Man oh man. It's looking like it was chuckie weekend. These look amazing. I've got to get on another one of these again real soon.