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post #81 of 93
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Just made some this weekend almost exactly following your step by step. Came out amazing!!!

 

Thanks Bear!

 

That's Great---Looks Real Good too!!:drool

 

Glad you liked it !!

 

Great price too!Thumbs Up

 

 

Bear

post #82 of 93

Bear,

Thank you for bumping this it looks awesome. I think I will have to try this at some point this summer, I also love roast beef sammies.

post #83 of 93
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Bear,

Thank you for bumping this it looks awesome. I think I will have to try this at some point this summer, I also love roast beef sammies.


That's Great !!!

 

You'll love it, and you can't beat the price. 

 

This is one of the biggest money savers I do. (Along with a vacuum sealer)

 

 

Bear

post #84 of 93

That would satisfy this fat guy. Looks awesome.

post #85 of 93
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That would satisfy this fat guy. Looks awesome.


Thank You Very Much !!!

 

Bear

post #86 of 93

I hate to ask this, for fear it may make me look like an idiot, and I don't want to read all 5 pages of replies to see if this question is answered, but how do you know which way the grain is running when cutting a roast like this in half after it's been rubbed and smoked?

post #87 of 93
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I hate to ask this, for fear it may make me look like an idiot, and I don't want to read all 5 pages of replies to see if this question is answered, but how do you know which way the grain is running when cutting a roast like this in half after it's been rubbed and smoked?

Good Question!!
On a big roast like this it doesn't really matter, because I cut it in half because I want smaller pieces to slice on my slicer. I actually cut it with the grain so I can slice it across grain with the big flat side against the fence of the slicer. If I get it wrong, I'll just cut it in half again & turn it the way I want it.

 

However, if you want to know for sure which direction the "grain" goes, just poke a knife into it about a half inch deep or more. Then press the knife handle down so the blade lays flat on the surface of the meat, and push down until the tip of the knife pops out of the meat. This should show you which direction the strands of meat are going.

Hope that makes sense to people other than the guy (Me) who tried to explain that.

 

Bear

post #88 of 93
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Originally Posted by Bearcarver View Post
 

Good Question!!
On a big roast like this it doesn't really matter, because I cut it in half because I want smaller pieces to slice on my slicer. I actually cut it with the grain so I can slice it across grain with the big flat side against the fence of the slicer. If I get it wrong, I'll just cut it in half again & turn it the way I want it.

 

However, if you want to know for sure which direction the "grain" goes, just poke a knife into it about a half inch deep or more. Then press the knife handle down so the blade lays flat on the surface of the meat, and push down until the tip of the knife pops out of the meat. This should show you which direction the strands of meat are going.

Hope that makes sense to people other than the guy (Me) who tried to explain that.

 

Bear

Thank you!!!  That makes perfect sense. 

post #89 of 93
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Thank you!!!  That makes perfect sense. 


That's Great !!

 

Sometimes when I explain something like that, I think maybe I'm the only one who understands what I'm saying.

I feel better now!

 

Bear

post #90 of 93
This roast beef looks amazing! Awesome step by step Bear! I will have to try this sometime!
post #91 of 93
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This roast beef looks amazing! Awesome step by step Bear! I will have to try this sometime!


Thank You Bam!!!

 

This is so much better than Store Bought Rare RB Lunch meat, and a lot cheaper.

 

Bear

post #92 of 93

Yep, looks awesome and on the list!

 

As always your step by step makes it look too easy.:beercheer:

post #93 of 93
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Originally Posted by Smokin218R View Post
 

Yep, looks awesome and on the list!

 

As always your step by step makes it look too easy.:beercheer:


Thank You Sir!!

 

It looks easy because it is easy.

 

If it wasn't easy, I probably wouldn't do it.  I'm just a Bear.  :icon_rolleyes:

 

 

Bear

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