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Old 06-30-2006, 09:35 AM   #1
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Anyone ever do one? Can they be smoked? Any suggestions?
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Old 06-30-2006, 09:41 AM   #2
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What's a steamship Round? Is that like a top round?
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Unless you plan on cooking for an Army you may want to reconsider. Steamship round is a huge (40-60lbs) cut (the ham of the cow) that contains numerous muscles. Yes you can smoke it, you want to cook it slow in the first place. Cook to a medium rare and slice against the grain.
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I agree with Larry... those things are huge.
Get this http://www.beeffoodservice.net/Cuts/Info.aspx?code=33 instead.
It's basically the best part of the SteamShip Round. I cook one every Christmas for the crowd that shows up at or house.
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Put a pan under it with some oil and beef stock in it to catch the dripping for au jus. Cook at 275* until desired doneness if most people like their meat about the same. A higher temp if your crowd likes their meat at different ends of the doneness spectrum.
A 19 lbs one will barely fit in a WSM.
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Unless you plan on cooking for an Army you may want to reconsider. Steamship round is a huge (40-60lbs) cut (the ham of the cow) that contains numerous muscles. Yes you can smoke it, you want to cook it slow in the first place. Cook to a medium rare and slice against the grain.
I have to give a guy a price quote for a catering job. He requested Steamship round.

Any idea how much these are per pound?
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[quote=Bill The Grill Guy]
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Originally Posted by "Larry Wolfe":2chuq7lw
Unless you plan on cooking for an Army you may want to reconsider. Steamship round is a huge (40-60lbs) cut (the ham of the cow) that contains numerous muscles. Yes you can smoke it, you want to cook it slow in the first place. Cook to a medium rare and slice against the grain.
I have to give a guy a price quote for a catering job. He requested Steamship round.

Any idea how much these are per pound?[/quote:2chuq7lw]

Doubt you'll be able to get the Steamship round unless you go to a restraunt suppler like Restraunt Depot in Alexandria. Call around to butchers in your area and see if they can get it and give you a price. I'd suggest doing what Finney has recommended.
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Old 06-30-2006, 01:56 PM   #9
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the only time i've seen one done was on an oil tank w/fire box rotisserie cooker....looked pretty tasty, it's an impressive piece of meat...

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