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Unread 03-17-2013, 06:25 PM   #1
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Default Roast beef for sandwiches

I realize roast beef is not barbecue, I was just looking for expert advice as this is my first time trying to make sandwich meat. I seared then cooked a rump roast at 225 until I had 135 degrees in the thick part. Let it rest overnight then sliced it with a deli slicer. The meat is pink in the middle- my question is.. Is this safe to eat cold and for how long?
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Unread 03-17-2013, 06:30 PM   #2
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Yes it's safe to eat cold.
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yes it's safe. heck wife pulls our roast's around 110 and then rests for perfect med rare Just like any other left overs I freeze or toss after 3 days. Some folks my hold on day or 2 longer
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Absolutely safe, and downunder roasts are often done on the BBQ and considered bbq too!
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Not only is it safe, but it sounds DAM good too!
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Just think of beef tartar...
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Safe to eat cold???

I guess you never buy Boars Head roast beef in a deli....

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No, it is not safe. You can send it to me for disposal.
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