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Old 07-08-2012, 04:35 AM   #101
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Hard to get elk steak in Florida, but a good london broil is always welcome.

I marinate it in 1-1 Lea & Perrin Worchester Sauce and light soy sauce, for up to 24 hours.

I take it out of the refrigerator and put it in warm tap water for about a half hour, refil and get the meat to about room temp.

I use a charcoal cooker and get the meat to about 125 deg and take it out. Put it on a plate with tinfoil around it for about ten minutes to let it finish cooking to about 130 deg/

Carve on a bias across the grain and enjoy!

That sounds awesome. I will have to try that sometime.
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bump. anything new to add guys and gals?
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Here's a really good one for making beef sandwiches in the crockpot......

Cut a big onion into thick rings and lay them on the bottom of the crockpot. Cut a rump roast in half and place it on top of the onions. (The onions are on the bottom to keep the roast off of the bottom of the crockpot). Then pour in a can or two of beef broth. Add two dry packets of Italian seasoning and one jar of giardinera. Put the lid on and cook on low 8 to 10 hours. When it's done, shred the meat with a fork in the crockpot so it sits in the juices and serve on buns with whatever toppings you like. (before shredding, I usually drain a little bit of the juice). This is so easy and soooo good!!



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Here's a really good one for making beef sandwiches in the crockpot......

Cut a big onion into thick rings and lay them on the bottom of the crockpot. Cut a rump roast in half and place it on top of the onions. (The onions are on the bottom to keep the roast off of the bottom of the crockpot). Then pour in a can or two of beef broth. Add two dry packets of Italian seasoning and one jar of giardinera. Put the lid on and cook on low 8 to 10 hours. When it's done, shred the meat with a fork in the crockpot so it sits in the juices and serve on buns with whatever toppings you like. (before shredding, I usually drain a little bit of the juice). This is so easy and soooo good!!
That is pure genius
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That is pure genius
Thanks! It is so darn good. I got the idea from a friend but tweeked it to my liking.
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Here's a really good one for making beef sandwiches in the crockpot......

Cut a big onion into thick rings and lay them on the bottom of the crockpot. Cut a rump roast in half and place it on top of the onions. (The onions are on the bottom to keep the roast off of the bottom of the crockpot). Then pour in a can or two of beef broth. Add two dry packets of Italian seasoning and one jar of giardinera. Put the lid on and cook on low 8 to 10 hours. When it's done, shred the meat with a fork in the crockpot so it sits in the juices and serve on buns with whatever toppings you like. (before shredding, I usually drain a little bit of the juice). This is so easy and soooo good!!



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I am going to make this today. That looks freakin good.
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Here's a really good one for making beef sandwiches in the crockpot......

Cut a big onion into thick rings and lay them on the bottom of the crockpot. Cut a rump roast in half and place it on top of the onions. (The onions are on the bottom to keep the roast off of the bottom of the crockpot). Then pour in a can or two of beef broth. Add two dry packets of Italian seasoning and one jar of giardinera. Put the lid on and cook on low 8 to 10 hours. When it's done, shred the meat with a fork in the crockpot so it sits in the juices and serve on buns with whatever toppings you like. (before shredding, I usually drain a little bit of the juice). This is so easy and soooo good!!



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ZombieGirl, that does sound good! i'm thinking i am going to have try that recipe out too.
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Well if you guys make it, be sure to let me know how you like it.
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