Master of the Pit
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- Joined Apr 14, 2013
Thanks yours looks great too! If I were to use dough I would have definitely done a braidThis is still on my list to do. I'm glad you shared how you go about doing yours. I actually did a loaf/sandwich/stromboli ...whatever you want to call it .and was getting ready to do a thread on it. Yours looks great! Like!
That looks awesome!!! Great write up too !
Thanks guys!Looks top notch Joe, very nice!
Thank you very much! The flaky crescent rolls provide a nice contrast to the heavier filling ingredients.Joe first the pastrami looks fantastic. I did a beef knuckle like that last year in Pops and pickling spice but found a knuckle to have too much gristle and chewy parts to it. Gonna try again soon with a better cut like you did. Now lets get to those rolls.............................WOW I seriously can almost taste them. Love the flavor combos. A+++ on this !!!!!
Thanks Bacon! and for the kind words! It is some good stuff especially if you like Rubens. You could make this as simple or complex as you like. Make the dough, buy the dough...make the pastrami, go to the deli.....it's all good.
Thank you Bear! No worry, it will always be here waiting for you. I could always reheat the thread for leftovers!This thing avoided me long enough!!!
Nice Job, Joe!!
Thanks Disco! It's a pretty quick meal, not counting the time in the brine. Good to see you back.This all looks so great! Wonderful cook. Big like!
Thanks Chop, that sounds really good too. Last year for my work Christmas party I made reuben dip and had pumpernickel bread and rye triscuits for dipping. That was good too!I missed this too . Looks great . I knew a gal that would make that filling and bake in on the little rye bread squares .
Thanks Richie, it’s still here but the actual food is long gone.Joe looks like this slipped by me sorry for being late.That looks great I may copycat this for Patties day. Likes