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Old 03-22-2008, 08:46 AM   #1
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Pastrami Pastrami Pastrami

I bought a corned beef brisket flat, well at least that's what they call a flat. It actually had a point that was just about the same size as the flat! No biggie, so I separated them and soaked in water for 3 hours, changing the water every hour. Then coated them with fresh ground coriander seeds, fresh cracked pepper and a good amount of granulated garlic.

Fired up the Primo Junior with Royal Oak and two small hickory chunks. D-plates in position, piece of heavy duty aluminum foil to catch the drippage. Set the Digi Q at 225*, 6 hours later I had pastrami! Very very good! Best one I've made!


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Old 03-22-2008, 08:48 AM   #2
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WOW! My mouth is watering! Great job Larry. Hey, you gonna be selling your WSM?
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WOW! My mouth is watering! Great job Larry. Hey, you gonna be selling your WSM?
No! I have two of them and will be using one tomorrow for our Easter turkey.
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Old 03-22-2008, 09:01 AM   #4
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Great looking sandwich Larry!!
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Larry, is that a Reuben Sandwich? I love those...Great job man!!!
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Old 03-22-2008, 09:07 AM   #6
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Larry, is that a Reuben Sandwich? I love those...Great job man!!!
Pretty much a reuben except a reuben is traditionally made with corned beef I think! But yeah, it's a pastrami reuben!
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Old 03-22-2008, 09:45 AM   #7
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Fine looking sandwich.
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Looks great Larry.
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I don't care what ya call it that looks plum fine
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Nice Larry. How was the salt content?
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Great job Larry.
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Nice Larry. How was the salt content?
Not salty whatsoever.
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Old 03-22-2008, 02:17 PM   #13
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Looks great Wolfey
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Thanks Larry!!! That just made me really F'IN hungry!!!


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Thanks Larry!!! That just made me really F'IN hungry!!!


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The looks excellent. Is that all you have to soak a corn beef is 3 hours. I have one in the freezer since last year. I need to do something with that this week. I'm off for Easter Break.
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Larry gave me a little hint that worked last week when I smoked a corned beef. I only soaked it for about 3 hrs. changing the water a few times and the finished product was awesome!
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Looks great Larry!
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The looks excellent. Is that all you have to soak a corn beef is 3 hours. I have one in the freezer since last year. I need to do something with that this week. I'm off for Easter Break.
Depends some people will say to soak anywhere from 12 - 48 hours. I don't find it necessary and three works perfect! Not over salty whatsoever.
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Those are some good looking potato chips!! Meat looks great too!
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