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    Senior Member WolfeMan's Avatar
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    Pit Beef Sirloin Roast

    My neighbor works for US Foods and happened to give me a 7 lb Sirloin Roast and I happened to be extremely happy to accept the more than generous offer with open arms! After all, Sir Loin and I happen to be very good friends!

    Liberally seasoned with worcestershire and Wolfe Rub Bold.

    Cooked between 350º-400º until the meat hit 125º, then tented with foil for about 30 minutes. Start to finish cooking time was around 3 hours or A LOT OF BEER.

    Sliced very thin across the grain with my Forschner Graton Slicer.

    Sandwich on a kaiser roll, with horseradish and white onion.

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    Senior Member brucec's Avatar
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    Virginia Beach, Va
    tooo good looking, now i'm hungry again
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    Holy hell!

    Start a restaurant already!
    And the truth shall set you free.

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    Senior Member wtf's Avatar
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    That looks awesome! I would have made some au jus (sp?) and soaked the bread in that and then made a sandwich.

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