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post #21 of 37
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Looks great! The last one I had the dog swiped off the counter.

 

Thank You!!

I gotta watch Smokey too (My Kitty). He spends some time on the kitchen counter.

 

Bear

 

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I am full from eating brisket, but this made my mouth water!

A NY strip roast sounds great.

Very nicely done

Thank You Sir!!

 

Bear

post #22 of 37

Awesome job as usual Bear.  Loved seeing the sammies.   Accidentally had some NY strip sammies myself recently.

 

 

I and the immediately family were out of the country recently when one of my uncles passed away.   If I had been here, I would have cooked up a mess of "bereavement food" as that's what we usually do.   No worries though, I got on the phone and made some arrangements with family members who were in town.    I talked to one of my cousins and told them to go to one of my freezers and grab 4 pork loins and a Sirloin Tip and take it over to another relative who would smoke it all and slice for sandwiches.   She was okay on the pork loins, but was uncertain on the Sirloin Tip.  I told her to just look for a "big hunk of beef" right there in the fridge.   She said "OK" and I figured that things were taken care of.

 

I got back in town and went to the Funeral home.  There I found the sliced pork loin and some amazing roast beef.   Everyone talked about how good it was.   It had a marbling unlike any Sirloin Tip that I had ever done, but I paid it no mind.

 

Later, I talked to the cousin who made the freezer run and thanked her for doing so.  In the course of the conversation, she talked about how heavy that "big hunk of beef" was.  Turns out she had her 8 year old daughter carry it.   I was kind of confused and commented that the Sirloin Tip was only about 10lbs.  Shouldn't have been much trouble even for an 8 year old.   She replied with "Uh huh, it was 18.4 lbs!!  It said so right on the sticker!!!!"

 

I put my hands up showing the approximate size of the Sirloin Tip and asked "was it round and about this big?"   She replied no, then held her hands up wide and said "It was this long".

 

Suddenly, the light clicked on in my head.   Yes, there was a Sirloin tip sitting right on the middle shelf of the freezer, but there was a whole NY Strip Loin sitting on the bottom shelf.  That is what she grabbed as it was indeed a "big hunk of beef".

 

:biggrin:

post #23 of 37
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Simply awesome Bear.

 

Richard

 

Thank You Brother Bear!!

 

Bear

 

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Pretty Darn Good Looking Bear!

 

Now I'm hungry!

 

Pretty Darn Good Looking Bear?!?!

 

Why Thank You Todd!!

 

 

Bear

post #24 of 37
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Thank You, Demo!!!

 

That's a lot of awesome Sammies!!!  

 

Expensive too, compared to Sirloin Tip!!

 

 

Bear

post #25 of 37

You are coming out strong to start the spring season.

 

Very Nice.:439:

 

Your prime rib rates a ten on the one to ten scale.

 

How would you rate the taste and texture of the NY strip?

 

 

Larry

post #26 of 37
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You are coming out strong to start the spring season.

 

Very Nice.:439:

 

Your prime rib rates a ten on the one to ten scale.

 

How would you rate the taste and texture of the NY strip?

 

 

Larry

Thanks Larry!!


I can only compare it to my Prime Ribs:

Prime Rib:

Taste-------------10

Tenderness------------10

 

This NY Strip Roast:

Taste ---------10

Tenderness----------7

 

NY Strip Sliced thin for Sammies:

Taste----------10

Tenderness-----------10

 

Is that what you mean??

 

Bear

post #27 of 37

That roast is perfect!!! Reinhard

post #28 of 37
Looks great Bear!!!! Just looking at the pics has me drooling. Will have to smoke some steak roasts now.
post #29 of 37
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That roast is perfect!!! Reinhard


Thanks Reinhard !!

 

Bear

post #30 of 37

Excellent post as always, Bear. I may have to take a ride down there to sample if there's any left. :drool

 

Jon

post #31 of 37

Good Morning Bear

 

Thanks for the rating chart. It was what I looking for.

 

Will scout out the local market for the NY Strip Roast.

 

Trying to send you some more warm weather from the south to rid you of the snow pack.

 

Was 80 plus here yesterday in NC.

 

Have a good St. Patty day.47.gif

 

Larry

post #32 of 37
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Looks great Bear!!!! Just looking at the pics has me drooling. Will have to smoke some steak roasts now.

 

Thanks Hvac!!

 

Very easy to do, just like a Prime Rib.

 

Bear

 

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Excellent post as always, Bear. I may have to take a ride down there to sample if there's any left. :drool

 

Jon

 

Thanks Jon!!

 

OOOOOPS---Too Late!!

 

Bear

post #33 of 37

Dagnabbit!

post #34 of 37
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Good Morning Bear

 

Thanks for the rating chart. It was what I looking for.

 

Will scout out the local market for the NY Strip Roast.

 

Trying to send you some more warm weather from the south to rid you of the snow pack.

 

Was 80 plus here yesterday in NC.

 

Have a good St. Patty day.47.gif

 

Larry

Thanks Again, Larry.

 

I got an older Sister in NC----Should be sending me some of that warm weather too!!

 

Bear

post #35 of 37

Just because it's St. Paddy's day don't go smoking any Green Meat !!

 

Gary

post #36 of 37
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Just because it's St. Paddy's day don't go smoking any Green Meat !!

 

Gary

 

No green meat for me---Or Green beer!!!

 

 

Bear

post #37 of 37

Veggies for supper tonight,  Lima beans, (with my Bacon)  Turnip's, Turnip Greens and corn bread    So a little green !    Oh yesterday was St Paddy's day 

 

 

Gary

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