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Unread 06-29-2011, 07:55 PM   #16
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Nice beef!
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looks great!
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That looks good, what happens to the juices and stock in the pan?
I use mine to soak the beef in prior to throwing on the sammich, then pour more over the top. Never too much juices.
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That looks good, what happens to the juices and stock in the pan?
Landarc, sorry for the delayed response.

I poured the juicy goodness from the pan into a sauce pan on the stove and simmered it for a while. I pulled out the onions and cut em up to put on the sandwiches and soaked the beef in the juice on the way to the roll. It's a tough call, you either have to warm up the slices in the juice before you serve each sandwich (if you leave them in too long they get rubbery) or put them in the crock pot for a couple hours to give them time to get tender again. Crock pot works well for parties but this was a smaller family dinner.

The 3+ lb. roast was just about perfect for 6 adults to have 2 sandwiches each with 4 slices per sandwich.
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Looks great, but your motor is on the wrong side... At least by how the pictures at Weber are posted.
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Looks great, but your motor is on the wrong side... At least by how the pictures at Weber are posted.

I'm not sure it matters unless the meat tastes better spinning away from me but the holder for the rotisserie is on the right and I can't remember if I had the choice of which side to mount the holder on. It's been a while since I put the thing together but I imagine if I had a choice the reason I put it on that side was to keep the open "counter" space on the left side. The knobs on the left already make that side kind of useless except for a place to set my tongs and the bbq sauce bottle and my beer and the cheese, well just not enough space for a pan or a dish or the grates. Um, you get where I'm goin' I'm sure.
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I'm not sure it matters unless the meat tastes better spinning away from me but the holder for the rotisserie is on the right and I can't remember if I had the choice of which side to mount the holder on. It's been a while since I put the thing together but I imagine if I had a choice the reason I put it on that side was to keep the open "counter" space on the left side. The knobs on the left already make that side kind of useless except for a place to set my tongs and the bbq sauce bottle and my beer and the cheese, well just not enough space for a pan or a dish or the grates. Um, you get where I'm goin' I'm sure.
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