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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by smokin monkey, Mar 2, 2016.
Thanks JJ, for the science lesson, well explained, and I hope this helps fellow members to understand what the Cure is actually doing.
Glad to help...JJ
I thank you gentlemen, it is appreciated.
Keep on smokin' Ed
Nothing like corn beef hash we always made it for our kids at lease 1 night when camping and it to was a staple when I grew up.
I loved that stuff too. Love corn beef hash. Wish I could still eat taters just for that.
I managed a Grocery Deli dept for awhile. We got the Commercial size 10 pound cans of Corned Beef for slicing. Sliced 1/4" for quick frying, we sold more of the Canned stuff than the Corned Brisket or Round. Between all the Fat and congealed cooking juices, the Canned Corned Beef has way more flavor than Corned Brisket and I even prefer it on a sandwich. The Kids called it ABC Corned Beef. ...JJ
Yup. That and Spam.
Yup----Love Spam too!!
I used to buy it by the can & eat at least half per breakfast.
Now I buy it by the individual slice package.
Same here. I haven't seen the single sliced stuff here though.
There you guys go again man just finish eating and you bring spam love it haven't had it in a while either and now searching through the frig again for something to snack on.
Sorry about that, Buddy!!!
I know exactly what you mean!! Because of this, I'll probably have a slice tomorrow morning with my Daily Eggs.
BTW---SM------ Sorry about that.
No problems, you guys carry on. Glad to bring back so many good memories!
So it's been 10 Days since I set out on my 1st Corned Beef Journey.
Today was time to finish the Corned Beef.
Removed from the brine and rinsed and remains brine off the meat.
Poached in Kamado (in a Dutch Oven) for 2 Hours @ 110'C (230'F).
Then on to the grill for 2.5 hours at the same temperature.
Removed a foil wrapped for 1 Hour the carved.
Truly amazing texture, juicy, flavour was amazing. Will be on my favorite list!
Just a side note, as you can see from the finished product, it has definitely been cured, so adding cure to the Boiling Brine, did not alter its effectiveness.
That looks Great, Monkey!!
You did an Outstanding Job!!-----------------
Going to thin slice the rest for Sandwiches.
It's a beautiful thing..
SM I am glad to see that worked out for you Thanks for sharing and getting the boil no boil for cure cleared up. points
Hi Richie, thanks for the points. I shows that the cure is affective after heat. I will always add when cold from now on! Just to be on the safe side.
Mine is curing in the fridge right now. Looking at yours makes me wish it would finish faster. Yum.