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hogzgonewild 05-07-2013 01:55 PM

Commercial Steamer
 
Guys,

I'm about to get a free Commercial grade steamer from a co-worker who just wants it out of his garage. It looks pretty heavy duty and expensive to buy new, so I really couldn't turn it down for free!

http://www.kegworks.com/half-size-to...p-1399-p174732

Any ideas on what I can make with it? I'm about to start BBQ Catering, so any ideas would be appreciated.

JT

deguerre 05-07-2013 02:17 PM

Oh man. Bet that would be great for finishing off pastrami...

Hawg Father of Seoul 05-07-2013 02:17 PM

Put leftover BBQ in vacuum bags and just toss them in there to reheat. No fooling, it may be better after reheating than it was the first time.

landarc 05-07-2013 02:19 PM

Out here, they use those to finish off burritos after wrapping in foil, just a couple minutes to heat through.

K-JUN 05-07-2013 02:58 PM

Lots of info here.

Ember Glo Steamer Cooking Guide.

Grilled foods that have cooled can be quickly reheated
with steam heat without removing any of the char
broiled flavor and juiciness.

captndan 05-08-2013 07:10 AM

Blue crabs.

WarPigBBQ 05-08-2013 01:41 PM

Pulled Pork tamales !, Steamed veggies, blue crabs . Lots of uses for that machine

neuyawk 05-08-2013 01:57 PM

Pastrami all the way. Plus especially you're doing catering offering home-made pastrami vs regular brisket will get you more sleep and a less ornery product.

Mo-Dave 05-08-2013 02:58 PM

Great for reheating any meat, I never used plastic wrap or vac bags, just place meat in a foil pan with drain holes. Also great to freshen buns or bread if it has gotten a little stale. I know the ad said use tap water, but I would only use distilled water and run some vinegar in it once in awhile, watch the small holes that they can become clogged with lime or calcium. If you don't want the outside of something like a burrito to become doughy, or soggy, I would wrap it in foil like Landarc suggested.
Dave

Beef 05-08-2013 08:18 PM

Corn on the cob is my vote


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