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Thread: Pastrami

  1. #1
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    Default Pastrami

    I was going to have this for the superbowl but a buddy gave me a couple of elk roasts and wanted me to smoke them for the superbowl party so we had the elk roast this is a 4 pound brisket I cured it for 5 days I am very happy with the way it turned out it tastes good



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    That looks great Huey!!! Nice!!!

    Tell us about the cure you used (if it's not a secret).
    I could do some good pastrami.
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    Wowzers! I really like pastrami! I could get lost in a pile of that. Thanks Huey - Great lookin pastrami
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    That really does look fantastic!

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    Looks fantastic!!!! I'm interested in your cure too.
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    I used Jeanie's venison cure cowgirl has a great pastrami recipe even tho its beef it turned out great

    http://www.theqjoint.com/forum/showt...nison+pastrami

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    Great day in the mornin' Huey! I had a 'strami Reuben for dinner last night. Sure wish I had yours instead!

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    Mighty fine eats right there!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Nice! I discovered Reuben late in life. Love them. Thank for posting this cook!
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