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post #41 of 58

Hey Justin

 

Worth the wait. Looks fantastic. I've never made pastrami, but Miss Linda is "hinting" that maybe I should.  That really seems to be a nice cut of meat, and the finish on the meat is downright beautiful..

 

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Gary

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Hey Justin

Worth the wait. Looks fantastic. I've never made pastrami, but Miss Linda is "hinting" that maybe I should.  That really seems to be a nice cut of meat, and the finish on the meat is downright beautiful..

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Gary

Hey Gary, thanks so much ! I think you all would really enjoy this stuff, very tasty ! Please drop me a p.m. if ya do this & start a thread as I wouldn't wanna miss it ! Again, thanks for the kind words & point... Much appreciated !
post #43 of 58
Where can I get the Bruner and what can I expect to pay?
post #44 of 58

30 bucks on Amazon.

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Where can I get the Bruner and what can I expect to pay?

Got mine at Cabellas for 29.95 but there are other places to get it too ! beercheer.gif
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Hey Richie, you bet.. I asked my better half when she got home to jot down the recipe, she is more than happy to do so & I'll post it in the next day or two ! It is a great recipe for thousand island !

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Hey Richie, you bet.. I asked my better half when she got home to jot down the recipe, she is more than happy to do so
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Sorry Richie, things been kinda crazy round here lately... I'll have the wife jot the recipe down & post it in the morning !
post #48 of 58

points1.pngNice Job That really looks great  

post #49 of 58

I go on a fishing trip for 5 days and I miss all this goodness?!

 

Beauty pastrami there Justin!! :points:

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Sorry Richie, things been kinda crazy round here lately... I'll have the wife jot the recipe down & post it in the morning !


Justin Thanks I am sure I will be making more Pastrami.

Richie

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points1.png Nice Job That really looks great  

Thanks a bunch Gary & for the point too !
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I go on a fishing trip for 5 days and I miss all this goodness?!

Beauty pastrami there Justin!! points.gif

Thanks a bunch Duke, appreciate the kind words & the point !
post #53 of 58

I don't know how this Awesome Thread avoided me for so long, but that is an Awesome looking Sammy!!:drool:drool

 

Nice Job, Justin!!Thumbs Up-----------:points:

 

Sorry I'm late!!

 

 

Bear

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I don't know how this Awesome Thread avoided me for so long, but that is an Awesome looking Sammy!!drool.gifdrool.gif

Nice Job, Justin!!icon14.gif
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Sorry I'm late!!


Bear

Thanks Bear, your never late buddy ! I appreciate very much the nice words & point !
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Hey Richie, you bet.. I asked my better half when she got home to jot down the recipe, she is more than happy to do so
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Richie, real sorry for the huge delay in posting this dressing recipe....

1/8 cup honey
3 TBS water
1 cup olive oil
1/2 cup ketchup
2 TBS lemon juice
1 tsp vinegar
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp paprika
1 1/2 tsp celery seed
1 TBS Worchestershire Sauce
1/2 TBS onion powder

Heat honey & water in microwave for bout 1 minute
Whisk & let cool
Combine in another bowl all the other ingredients
Add the honey & water to the mixture of the other ingredients & whisk til blended

This is just the version we like after some trial runs, we really enjoy this blend & hope you will to.
Let me know how ya like it if ya try it !

Justin
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Copy and pasted

Richie

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Good deal, hope ya enjoy it ! icon14.gif
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That Briner looks like a convenient toy! If you don't already have a Spice Recipe you like, below is my Fav. Kind of a blend between NY style and Montreal Smoked Meat...Good Luck...JJ

 

 

Better 'en NY Pastrami Rub

 

2T Turbinado Sugar

2T Black Peppercorns

1T Coriander Seed

1T Dill Seed

1T Dry Minced Onion

1T Dry Minced Garlic

1tsp Allspice Berries

1tsp Mustard Seed

1tsp Dry Thyme Leaves

3 Bay Leaves, crumbled

1tsp Juniper Berries 

 

All Spices are Whole and were toasted in a dry pan over Medium heat until fragrant.

Let the Spices cool then Grind in a cheapo Coffee Grinder until slightly less than Coarse. The Garlic and Onion do not need to be toasted. If grinding do so only slightly as the Minced size is pretty close to perfect for Pastrami.

 

Chef JJ! I'm itching to do my first pastrami....just bought my brisket. But am confused on your recipe (and I'm super intrigued that this is close to Montreal Smoked Meat. Just had it in this awesome place in the mountains of Colorado and instantly fell in love!)

 

Anywho, does your concoction go into the brining liquid or is it the rub on the brisket after brining? I'm guessing both probably....

 

Thanks in advance!

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