Naths Topside Pastrami.

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gnol
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Re: Naths Topside Pastrami.

Post by gnol » Tue Dec 17, 2013 12:56 pm

Dont forget to ask the net things as well.
There are only nearly 4 million hits when you do.

https://www.google.com.au/search?q=How+ ... 8Qf_hYDoDQ

Amazing Ribs site is what I may go with next.

http://www.amazingribs.com/recipes/beef ... trami.html


Captain Cook
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Re: Naths Topside Pastrami.

Post by Captain Cook » Tue Dec 17, 2013 4:54 pm

gnol wrote:I held this piece at temp for a lot of hours and it still sliced finely.

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Looking good Gnol
Top info re the holding it at temp.

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Re: Naths Topside Pastrami.

Post by urbangriller » Tue Dec 17, 2013 5:03 pm

Captain Cook wrote:
Busio90 wrote:Yep thanks Capt'n.
I usually hold low and slows at temp for as long as possible as you said. Would I still be doing the same if I want to cool this and slice thinly for cold meat?


Nath
Yes, Maybe not as long if you want it to hold together to slice thinly, I cant say what the optimal time would be but I am guessing about 1.5 Hrs, there are a few variables. maybe Chris can give you a number to use.

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No...I'd sit at temp 1.5 houre (like the Capt said) up to 3 hours if pos.....that's um....10 beers in the old money!

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Naths Topside Pastrami.

Post by Nath » Tue Dec 24, 2013 10:44 am

Well, here's the result.
I smoked until an internal of 160f, then wrapped in foil to allow to continue cooking/steaming, held at 200F for 1.5hrs, would have like to go a bit longer but I was getting sleepy.

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Taste delicious. Can't wait to build a sandwich today.


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Naths Topside Pastrami.

Post by GarthFader » Mon Feb 17, 2014 9:36 am

gnol wrote:Amazing Ribs site is what I may go with next.

http://www.amazingribs.com/recipes/beef ... trami.html
Ive made a couple of batches of that. Starting with brisket and Corning it, the spices and smoke. It's pretty good, had the tick of approval of some family friends that are polish.

Steam it, slice it thick and pile about 250g onto a sandwich like Katz Deli in New York. It's amazing.


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