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Smoked Italain Beef Sandwich

gypc

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I love to smoke for these sandwiches. I took a big rump roast the night before..............showered it with Soy and Worcestershire sauce, thyme, oregano, garlic powder, ground pepper and lemmons.




Wrapped it in foil all night. Then the next morning smoked it with cherry on 225 for about 8 or 9 hrs.



Then let it cool down so I could slice it paper thin. Right before I took'em off, I made some nice beef sauce.......using a pack of Au Jus, beef bouillon and pepper.





While it was cooling, my wife fried onions and green peppers in butter, salt, pepper, thyme and oregano.

After I sliced it, she took italian bread..........sliced in halfs..........placed them on a cookie sheet .........put the sliced beef on first........2nd, the onions and green peppers.............then a mound of sliced moz cheese..........then broiled them open till the cheese melted and the bread crusted.



Ok put'em together, get some peperoncinis, chips and dip those beauties in the awesome beef sauce.

Enjoy,
Brian
 

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I think I just found my replacement for French dip sammiches! Great post and pics, gypc!!
 

willkat98

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Just got a new entry on my "must try this" list

Thanks gypc
 

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Those sammiches give me a good idea for my yoga mantra

:D YUUMMMMMMMMM! :D


Good shots and a good look

Tanks!
 

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Fantastic food!!

I'm going to have to try this myself.

Meowey
 

joed617

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Brian, I'm Die'n if I'm Lie'n.. Those sammies look great. I'm having mouth orgasms just looking at the sammies.

Joe
 

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Okay, I was thinking yesterday of grilling some italian sauages, with peppers and oinions. I think this beats my sandwhich hands down. Beef sammies on my next off day
 

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OOOH Yeeeaaahh!!! I'm gonna try this for sure!!! :shock: :shock: :D

Cheers,
Brian
 

gypc

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Awesome! You all will have to let us know when ya try'em.

Also, if ya want an even more beefy'er taste, soak the sliced beef in some of that sauce for awhile before ya make the monster.......even over night (if ya can wait) and I can't! :lol:

Peace,
Brian
 

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Fantastic looking food! You've inspired me to begin looking into a meat slicer. Thanks for sharing your recipe!
 

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those sure do look good. Now I just need a meat slicer. Been planing on getting one. Where did u get yours. And was it expensive?
 

gypc

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Hey guys.............this is the one I have. [web:32dbbc05e1]amazon" style="max-width:120px">[/web:32dbbc05e1]
 

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I just made this. It is awesome. I used a 2.75 lb eye of round because I could not find a rump. Otherwise I followed what you described as to the spices, sauces, and smoke wood. I smoked the beef to 150F, foiled, wrapped and rested while I cooked the Au Jus and peppers and onions. Sliced beef, built sammies, broiled. Heaven on a plate. I can't say enough good things about this recipe. It has made the familie's "You've got to do this again" list.

To gypc - thanks for sharing.

To everyone else - this is worth your time to try.

Enthusiastically,

Meowey

P.S. - Sorry no pics. We ate the evidence!
 

gypc

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Hey meowey, couldn't have said it better. Glad ya digg'em!! :D
 

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Jumpin' Jimminy Crickets, Brian.... What an awesome recipe - great photos too. Boy oh boy that just looks awesome! It sure does help having a meat slicer, don't it? And I'm a lover of pepperoncinis too. I love eating them with Genoa salami/ Cappacola ham and provolone hogies.

Well, I got a couple of london broils in the freezer - they make great sammies whenever I have some leftover the next day. So guess what we're havin on Saturday to go with all the college football action!?!?!?!?!?

Woo-Hoo!!!!! Go Georgia Bulldogs!
 

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