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Old 04-04-2014, 09:57 AM   #4
THoey1963
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I haven't tried this yet. I was looking for the cut of meat that is used in a grill pork served at German fests called a Schwenksteak or Schwenkbraten. Someone here suggested getting a pork butt and slicing it. I would think you would want to cut it across any major grain. Drizzle it with oil, season it with dry rub and add sliced onions and maybe peppers. Let it sit overnight and then grill it hot and fast. Keep it moving and pull it when IT hits 140-145*.

A quick Google search found this:

http://germanfood.about.com/od/meatb...ill-recipe.htm

If I hadn't been eating pork all week, I know what I'd be making this weekend...
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