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Roast Beef Sammies

post #1 of 7
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The wife has gotten into these "roast beef" sammies. Always buying these little packages from Costco. Guess I need to step up to the plate and make some before she gives all my money to that place. What is a good choice of meat to use? Temp? Any special rub or just my choice ?
post #2 of 7
An eye of the round will work, as will a rump. Jeff's rub will work. I like to marinate them like for GYPC's Italian beef sandwiches. http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/for...ead.php?t=1605

Hope this helps!

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post #3 of 7
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Meowey .. I forgot about those sammies ( they say, memory is the first thing to go) Great post and sammies .. Thanks PDT_Armataz_01_34.gif
post #4 of 7
OMG HOW could yo forget them Italian Sammies? They are so good! Speaking of which where has the most talented mistro been? Out getting famous I hope!
post #5 of 7
Cajun ...I have done 2 boneless cross ribs in the smoker recently to use for steak subs ...the first I pulled ,foiled n coolered at 170 ....too dry ....the second done the same way but pulled at 160 ...much better ...on both roasts I used my usual rub and smoked with apple wood at 225 till the internal temp was met.

after cooling slice to your desired thickness ( we like ours thin ) use a steak bun , or such....I used a portugese roll buttered with garlic butter and broiled till toasted....then put some sauce of your liking on one side and some cheese grated on the other side ( I use havarti with jalopeno peppers in it ) ...cover the sauce side with meat and put more grated cheese on top of the meat...then place under a broiler again to melt the cheese ......top with thinly sliced green peppers,onions and potobello mushrooms....enjoy ...very yummy IMHO.
post #6 of 7
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Deb...now that you mention it..where is he?

T-Bone... thank you..that sounds really good. Gonna give yours a try.
post #7 of 7
i think he's still celebrating his anniversary.. icon_biggrin.gif
i used a rump roast for those sammies and invested in a waring pro slicer from lowe's for $90.00, darn good investment. the sammies are awesome.
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