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post #41 of 51
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SmokinAl,

 

Well, I decided to load my plate. I got the Kielbasa stuffed Friday morning, made a batch of those Garlic Dills everyone is raving about. Can't wait for them! And even though I said I had to put this off till next week. Look what called out to me at the store Friday morning.

 

 

So while I am smoking the Kielbasa I am going to be prepping this. In your first post you said no trimming was needed, but did not post a picture of the Round before the injection and brine. The one I have here looks to have a decent amount of fat all the way around. Is that how it is suppose to be?  Do I need to trim, or just party on? Please let me know.

 

Still got the Porterhouse for the grill this weekend, but that's a nonissue!

 

Thanks Al

 

Dave

 

I would definitely trim most of the fat off. It will not be in the smoker long enough to render that fat. Look at the one I used, it came that way, already trimmed.

 

Al

post #42 of 51

 That's some fine looking pastrami, Al. Making me want to do the same.

 Point for you.

 

Chuck

post #43 of 51

Will do Al! Yea yours after the brine shot looked pretty neat. I never done this so didn't know. Thanks Bro will keep you posted!

post #44 of 51
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No problem Hammer!

 

Good luck!

 

Al

post #45 of 51
Beautiful AL. Simply beautiful. And that Sammie...now that's my idea of a Sammie. Afraid I'll have to pass on the 1000 Island dressing-- maybe just add some spicey mustard.

POINTS for a great job.

Gary
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Beautiful AL. Simply beautiful. And that Sammie...now that's my idea of a Sammie. Afraid I'll have to pass on the 1000 Island dressing-- maybe just add some spicey mustard.

POINTS for a great job.

Gary

 

 

Thanks Gary!

 

I like the spicy brown mustard too.

 

Butter on one piece of bread & Grey Poupon on the other.

 

Al

post #47 of 51

I don't know how I missed this one for so long, but it looks Great !!Thumbs Up

 

Looks Mighty Tasty Al !!:drool----:points:

 

And another Great Sammy!!:drool

 

Sorry I'm so late!!

 

 

Bear

post #48 of 51
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I don't know how I missed this one for so long, but it looks Great !!Thumbs Up

 

Looks Mighty Tasty Al !!:drool----:points:

 

And another Great Sammy!!:drool

 

Sorry I'm so late!!

 

 

Bear

 

 

Hey no problem Bear, I new you would find it sooner or later.

 

We do like our sammies, don't we!

 

Thanks for the point, Buddy!

 

Al

post #49 of 51
:points:Great looking Sammies...very inspiring. 
post #50 of 51

Al, that is a great photo story from start to finish - everything looks perfect!

 

:points:

post #51 of 51
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Al, that is a great photo story from start to finish - everything looks perfect!

 

:points:

 

Thanks a lot fellas!

 

Appreciate the points too!

 

Al

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