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Discussion in 'Beef' started by dert, Sep 21, 2014.
In to the smoker at 1:15 AM....
There is pricing based on Grade but it is not unusual for meat prices to vary day to day. When the Buyer placed the order there must have been an excess of Prime and he bought the pallet load at a good price. When ordering again, even though nearly double the cost, what he paid for Choice was the best deal. You are fortunate, not all retailers will pass the savings on. Of course, the Price is added to the scale printer and check-out scanner in the corporate office somewhere. It is not unusual for a min wage data entry clerk to mess up and you benefit...All is looking real good...JJ
Here's an update at 10:00 this am...8:45 in:
Looking good! But you forgot the juniper berries in your rub!!!
Boy it is smelling good! I can't wait for a taste!
I am just learning, are you going to steam it ?
12 hours in...the bottom one was 195+, the top was 175...I switched them around and will let them go for another couple hours.
Dert, Those babies are looking scrumptious!
The juniper berries were in the pickling spice mix in the brine!!
Ok, chilled e product down...
Into the fridge for a couple hours and sliced her up...
Great looking strami.
Drooling! Nice Smoke!
Excellent job Dert!
209 oz less the chunk I took off for dinner...so maybe 220 oz total out of 451 oz to start...
So...about $16/ pound or with spices, salt, cure about $16.50/ pound.
More to come tomorrow when I slice the remainder razor thin.
That sammie looks great.
Put that hobart to work.
Excellent pastrami and thread.
Ok, put the old Hobart to work. Put one of the pastramis in the freezer for about an hour. Sliced through the whole thing without any issue. Here some pics are:
When did you say lunch was going to be served ?