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Old 02-14-2014, 09:27 PM   #11
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When we have steak I get rare. This is the sole reason I cannot buy a rib roast. And also the reason I don't buy much seafood. Its not as much fun to eat it by myself.
RB, you could easily do a rib roast. Get a two rib, cut it down the middle and start hers before yours.

I've done a one rib roast for the two of us and it's worked out great. I ran bamboo skewers through the meat to rest on the edges of the pan and keep it upright. It made for two delicious rare end cuts!
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I buy the whole eye of rounds, cut it into 5 or 6 pieces for the freezer and use it as a generic beef product. I stew it, cook it medium then let it cool and shave it for lunch meat, slice it very thin and marinate it for stir fries, fajitas, soups, grind it and add egg and seasonings for extra lean meatballs. I wouldn't roast it. Too dry and tough. It goes on sale here for 1.99 so I can't resist lean beef at that price. Just got to figure out other ways to get it into us....
You could try this: Danish Pounded Beef with Juniper Berries. Chicken fried steak would work too. BTW, 40 Caliber posted a good recipe for CFS.
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Old 02-14-2014, 10:48 PM   #13
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You could try this: Danish Pounded Beef with Juniper Berries. Chicken fried steak would work too. BTW, 40 Caliber posted a good recipe for CFS.
Will add that to my to-do list. I've only cooked with Juniper berries a couple of times. Thanks...
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