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Old 03-16-2014, 10:53 PM   #1
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Default Smoked Corned Beef aka Pastrami (pron)

Had a family gathering and cooking for a St. Patty's Day pot luck at work:









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Wow that looks great!!! How long did you smoke it for?
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nice, they looks golden
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Looks real good.
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Wow that looks great!!! How long did you smoke it for?
Smoked for a little over 4.5 hours at 210 degrees until they reached an internal temp of 165. Finished them in a couple of large foil pans with chicken stock and the spice packets only about an inch high and covered until they reached an internal temp of 205. Tender goodness....
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