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Cooking, saving, then reheating burnt ends


Fire Starter
Joined Nov 25, 2012
Morning all - 

In my department at work we rotate every week somebody bringing in lunch on fridays.  My turn is coming an I want to bring in some burnt ends.

Problem is that my only option is to cook them the weekend prior.  So I'd have to cook, freeze, and then reheat them......and also NOT eat them beforehand myself!  Is this OK to do without affecting the meat?  any tips and/or tricks would be appreciated. 


Gone but not forgotten. RIP
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Joined Feb 3, 2009
About the only way i could think of would be to vacuum seal the ends in small batch's and then drop the bags in simmering water until the ends are hot. You will lose some of the crunch but the flavor should stay the same.


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OTBS Member
Joined Jun 13, 2012
  I have not had any problems doing what eman suggested at all.  Good Luck!


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