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Old 06-28-2011, 03:05 AM   #1
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Baltimore Pit Beef

This weekend went for a old Cooks recipe for Baltimore Pit Beef, 3LB eye round roast...Tiger sauce and onion on a kaiser roll, my heart broke when I saw that I had no plated pics...i think grease got on my lens and every pic came out worse and worse...but here's what I could salvage.








So sorry i have no sandwich pics but this...does no justice, it was awsome...try this recipe
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Old 06-28-2011, 07:22 AM   #2
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Looks good JJ!
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Old 06-28-2011, 09:12 AM   #3
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looks seriously good
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Looks outstanding
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Looks gooood! Cappy will throw you in jail if there's no horseradish on there! What's tiger sauce?
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Great looking hunk on beef!!! I want to know what Tiger sauce is too. Did you buy it or make it. If you made it can you share the recipe?
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Re: Baltimore Pit Beef

Tiger sauce is a horseradish sauce, Its the best I have ever had the recipe is
1/3C horseradish
1/3C Mayonnaise
1 tsp lemon juice
1 medium clove garlic minced or pressed
Pinch cayenne based on how much you can take lol
table salt and black pepper to taste
Mix all and chill for 1 hr this stuff is great on everything from potato skins, french fries vegies....
Thx for the comments
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Re: Baltimore Pit Beef

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Tiger sauce is a horseradish sauce, Its the best I have ever had the recipe is
1/3C horseradish
1/3C Mayonnaise
1 tsp lemon juice
1 medium clove garlic minced or pressed
Pinch cayenne based on how much you can take lol
table salt and black pepper to taste
Mix all and chill for 1 hr this stuff is great on everything from potato skins, french fries vegies....
Thx for the comments
Thanks. That is a keeper for sure.
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That does sound good!
Thanks!
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Thanks sounds good, I heard Greg talk about Tiger Sauce during the Ribs Roundtable, thought it was this stuff ...
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I could drink that juice in the plate. Nice cook!!!
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Tiger sauce is a horseradish sauce, Its the best I have ever had the recipe is
1/3C horseradish
1/3C Mayonnaise
1 tsp lemon juice
1 medium clove garlic minced or pressed
Pinch cayenne based on how much you can take lol
table salt and black pepper to taste
Mix all and chill for 1 hr this stuff is great on everything from potato skins, french fries vegies....
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Yoink!!

Great looking PB! One of my favorites.
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Wow bet that third and third deal twixt mayo and horseradish open up a person's head mo betta than Claritin Now I think we have some gender cornfusion on the Tiger Sauce. The pic in the bottle is found over by the wooster and peppa sauces. The mayo deal is a different kind of Tiger Sauce no doubt. Think I would increase the amounts tweak the ingredient list just a bit and come up with Big Bob Gibson's Alabammy White Sauce. That should taste good on there. Now when I tried a real old famous recipe for this stuff it called for top round..but all I could find was bottom round so wound up using it. Had a great flavor but dang that stuff was chewy. Apparently eye of round do not act thataway huh? Only way mine could possibly be eat was shaved up with a commercial slicer. Could you stick a fork in the gravy on that puppy? Thanks.
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Try this stuff. Will blow your head right clean off!

I made Jimmy Jams Tiger sauce tonight. Stuff is a keeper and mighty tasty.
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Thanks sounds good, I heard Greg talk about Tiger Sauce during the Ribs Roundtable, thought it was this stuff ...
I love that sauce!
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I'd eat that!
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