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    Cougar in a crockpot
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    Crock pots are one of the best things to ever happen to food!
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    I love to use the crock pot.
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    I made some drip beef sandwiches in the crockpot the other day. http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/r...wiches-2219888

    The recipe calls for a roast but I didn't get enough roasts from my elk this year so I tried it with round steaks since I always seem to have a ton of those in the freezer. Brown the steaks quickly on each side then into the crockpot with the beef broth and pepperoncinis and juice from the jar. 8 hours later perfect shredding and onto the sandwiches. The pepperoncinis in the with the beef broth really give it an awesome flavor and makes for a great jus to dip the sandwiches into.

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    7 days of curing, smoker is fired up, time to make some pastrami!

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    Looks awesome.
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    I think Santa is bringing me a smoker for Christmas so I will be trying this soon. Do you have a deli slicer?

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    Pastrami!
    Bring a six pack, and come on over!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zpooch View Post
    I think Santa is bringing me a smoker for Christmas so I will be trying this soon. Do you have a deli slicer?
    I don't. For the most part I make cracker sandwiches out of it for lunch at work, so i like it cut thicker. Cracker, cheese, pastrami.
    I wouldn't mind having one though if your looking to get me a Christmas present, lol!

 

 
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