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ComradeQ
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 10 13 10:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

roxy wrote:
The wait was worth it. Very nice job there..

Now get busy and make up a couple reubens.


Something like this? ...



Damn that was good!!
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 10 13 10:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

ComradeQ wrote:
roxy wrote:
The wait was worth it. Very nice job there..

Now get busy and make up a couple reubens.


Something like this? ...



Damn that was good!!


Yep.. that would be just about right.

Thats what I call good eatin..!
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 12 13 1:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Looks amazing!

Why is it red in colour? You didn't use any sodium nitrite in your recipe or did I miss something?
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 12 13 2:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

mactoo wrote:
Looks amazing!

Why is it red in colour? You didn't use any sodium nitrite in your recipe or did I miss something?


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The Brine: (Did this by weight as I find it more exact)
4 Litres of water
180 Grams Kosher Salt
120 Grams Cure #1 (or roughly 7.5 Tbsp)
60 Grams Dextrose
20 Grams Ascorbic Acid (Optional)
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 12 13 3:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks. That'd do it.
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 12 13 4:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Now I'm REALLY hungry Laughing . I've bookmarked this thread and put it on my to-do list. I think the subtle difference (Pastrami vs Montreal) is gonnna be huge, flavor-wise. Did I mention 'FINE JOB'??? Laughing
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 15 13 12:35 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nicely done, Russ! Looks delicious. No need to drive to Montreal now, eh?!! Very Happy Wink
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 15 13 6:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

roxy wrote:
BUGSnBBQ wrote:
I guess we're talking about different ways/styles of cooking. Home vs Deli. I went on a trip to NYC at Christmas time a few years ago to do three things - Ice skate at Rockefeller Center under the big tree, see Times Square, and eat as many Pastrami sammies as I could. I went to Katz's, Stage, Carnegie, Artie's, 2nd Ave, and a couple of small deli's. All were great, some were mind-blowing (like the little place that boiled their meat - can't remember the name). Also there's a place in California called Johnny's Pastrami (In Culver City IIRC) that had the best sammich ever. Completely unorthodox - Meat was smoked, sliced, boiled for a couple minutes in au jus, put on bread like for po-boy, cheese, onions, and pickles - Damn good!

BUGSnBBQ wrote:

Corned beef is steamed or boiled. Always boiled, with onions, carrots, and taters, if you're Irish Catholic (like I was raised).


I meant to say Corned Beef and Cabbage Embarassed . Always on St. Patricks Day.


You are lucky.. I would love to go to NYC just for the deli.. One of these days.



Yo' David...Ya'll know that MY door is always open to You,
Brother! Make the trip down here and We'll feed you all the N.Y. Corned Beef, Pastrami and whatever else Your Canuck Belly desires while You're here! Shocked Laughing Wink

Note> Reservations Required in Season! Razz Laughing Laughing

Best Regards,
Tony Laughing Very Happy
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 15 13 7:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Tony wrote:
roxy wrote:
BUGSnBBQ wrote:
I guess we're talking about different ways/styles of cooking. Home vs Deli. I went on a trip to NYC at Christmas time a few years ago to do three things - Ice skate at Rockefeller Center under the big tree, see Times Square, and eat as many Pastrami sammies as I could. I went to Katz's, Stage, Carnegie, Artie's, 2nd Ave, and a couple of small deli's. All were great, some were mind-blowing (like the little place that boiled their meat - can't remember the name). Also there's a place in California called Johnny's Pastrami (In Culver City IIRC) that had the best sammich ever. Completely unorthodox - Meat was smoked, sliced, boiled for a couple minutes in au jus, put on bread like for po-boy, cheese, onions, and pickles - Damn good!

BUGSnBBQ wrote:

Corned beef is steamed or boiled. Always boiled, with onions, carrots, and taters, if you're Irish Catholic (like I was raised).


I meant to say Corned Beef and Cabbage Embarassed . Always on St. Patricks Day.


You are lucky.. I would love to go to NYC just for the deli.. One of these days.



Yo' David...Ya'll know that MY door is always open to You,
Brother! Make the trip down here and We'll feed you all the N.Y. Corned Beef, Pastrami and whatever else Your Canuck Belly desires while You're here! Shocked Laughing Wink

Note> Reservations Required in Season! Razz Laughing Laughing

Best Regards,
Tony Laughing Very Happy


Thanks Tony my man.. With some luck its in the works for next year..
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 16 13 9:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Looks great ComradeQ
To the Irish guys fighting...lol....I was in New York a couple years back, went into an Irish 'raunt full of Irish right off the boat [ many of them literally were] not ONE of them had EVER had corned beef and cabbage back in Ireland! They had never even heard of it until they landed on American soil!!
They ate potatoes....LOTS of potatoes, and Lamb!
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 16 13 9:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Mr Tony's BBQ wrote:
Looks great ComradeQ
To the Irish guys fighting...lol....I was in New York a couple years back, went into an Irish 'raunt full of Irish right off the boat [ many of them literally were] not ONE of them had EVER had corned beef and cabbage back in Ireland! They had never even heard of it until they landed on American soil!!
They ate potatoes....LOTS of potatoes, and Lamb!
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.to steal from D.P.
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Just Sayin!


They must have all been from the south of Ireland.. Wink Laughing
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