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Unread 12-23-2004, 11:42 AM   #16
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I don't know what Clod tastes like, I guess that's what sliced beef is in BBQ places in TX and OK?

A couple of months ago I was looking to make deli thin roast beef slices and used an eye of round. Smoked to about 145 then chilled overnight. Next morning I used my slicer and sliced into very thin slices and it was excellent. Although, it had more of a roast beef flavor than the sliced beef you get at bbq places, maybe because there was no bbq sauce? I Food saved and still have sandwich meat left in the freezer.
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A shoulder clod - in it's entirety averages a little over 22 pounds. Within the clod are several "cuts" that we see at the retail level: shoulder steaks, shoulder roasts, trimmings and stew meat, etc.

Here's a pic of a "clod". As you can see even from a picture - there are several "seams" that can be exploited to break this primal cut down into the "subprimals" and then into the retail cuts.

The next lesson will cover rounds! :D Just kidding, I quit here. I know I'm going to catch flak anyway!!
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Yeah, where is the round rump arse in all that subprimal goodness? =)
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Yeah, where is the round rump arse in all that subprimal goodness? =)
That's another lesson! Right now we're dealing with the chuck and associated cuts - round rump arse is the other end!! :D
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Yeah, where is the round rump arse in all that subprimal goodness? =)
That's another lesson! Right now we're dealing with the chuck and associated cuts - round rump arse is the other end!! :D
...where's the chusck come from?.....
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Illinois!
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