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Thread: WSM SD11 Baltimore Pit Beef

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    (Meat has rested and I'm slicing by hand using a sharp knife. Wife is watching intently...)

    WIFE: You could really use an electric meat slicer to slice this pit beef, couldn't you.

    ME: Yes, I could.

    (Long pause...I continue slicing...)

    ME: Are you giving me permission to buy an electric meat slicer?

    (Long pause...I continue slicing...)

    WIFE: You've got to find some place in the kitchen to store it first.

    (Another long pause...I continue slicing...)

    I think I know what I'm asking Santa for Christmas this year!

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    That meat looks soooooooo good, nothing better then a warm roast beef sandwich
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Allingham View Post
    ME: Are you giving me permission to buy an electric meat slicer?

    (Long pause...I continue slicing...)

    WIFE: You've got to find some place in the kitchen to store it first.
    Just put it on a basement shelf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad Olson View Post
    Just put it on a basement shelf.
    No basement here in California! No attic, either!

    But I used a mandoline to thinly slice some for dinner tonight and it worked great.

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    That plated pic is tantalizing! Very well done!

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    Great post, great looking beef!!!
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    Another flavour I have not tasted: Baltimore Pit Beef.
    Looks Wonderful Mr Allingham! Love the raw onions... would it kill the taste to add a dill slice?

    After Santa delivers that meat slicer, ditch the toaster. Replace a useless tool with a Good Tool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Lampe View Post
    ...would it kill the taste to add a dill slice?

    After Santa delivers that meat slicer, ditch the toaster. Replace a useless tool with a Good Tool.
    From what little I read, the authentic version is a horseradish sauce with white onion. But once you get outside Baltimore, I'm sure anything goes.

    As for the toaster...you'll have to pry that from my cold, dead hands. I love toast.

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