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RECIPE: Italian Beef Sandwich question..

Posted by moniqueb (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 3, 07 at 11:04

I have the meat crocking as we speak..but..no spices?

Just the peppers,beer and bouillon?

Thank you..


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RE: RECIPE: Italian Beef Sandwich question..

That's it!


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Merci!

Imagine if my family loves them as much as the French Dips:)?

Sure to make it in their cookbook:)


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Monique, let me know what you think of the "hot factor" . Sounds like something I would love to serve up north but DH is such a wimp when it comes to "heat" : (


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I did make this and at the beginning..while it is cooking it is hot..(I love hot) Once cooked it wasn't so anyone worried about that don't..:)

Although this is a recipe along the lines of Ginger's French Dips.. They are such favorites of ours that the Italian ones were just so so for us.
I had un rti franais(is it a french roast in english? I don't know if the exact translation applies..)..It was perfectly done ,just not French Dips..

So all the rest ,I shredded and it is now a Chili..:)

Tastes great..Nachos and such ...

It could have been my cut of meat..or that our taste buds were just off..
Thanks again for the recipe:) I love trying new things..


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You never know until you try! I prefer this one to the French dips so it's truly a case of different strokes for different folks. Thanks for giving the feedback!


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My pleasure Ginger..One of my DD's may prefer it also..Thanks again!


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Thanks Monique for the feedback and Ginger for the recipe.

Monique I believe that cut is called the eye of the round in English. Is that what you use for your French Dip?


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We use whatever is a good buy for the French Dips:) Usually a Blade Roast.What do you use Sharon?


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Monique I haven't made it yet but want to. I believe the original recipe calls for chuck , was just curious if round works 'cause that's whats in my freezer.


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Oh Sharon hurry and make the French Dips,you don't know what you are missing! Round would be good too,it falls apart and is extremely flavorful..I caramelize onions to serve w/ and a good mustard..:) Jacques dunks.


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That's it, on the menu this weekend, we will be at the cottage and it sounds like the perfect cottage food.....with poutine on the side! LOL


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Don't forget your camera!


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RE: RECIPE: Italian Beef Sandwich question..

I could kick myself for waiting so long to try this oh so easy and delicious recipe! Had it all ready for a quick late nite Sunday supper then unexpected I-85 traveling company dropped by about 4. So, instead of sandwiches, I thickened the au jus and served it with the sliced roast over rice plus a veggie,dinner rolls,& dessert. Long story short...my 5# roast is gone but loved by all! Thanks, Ginger, for a great recipe!!


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RE: RECIPE: Italian Beef Sandwich question..

Glad you enjoyed it, Bama & thanks for letting me know. It almost looks too easy to be that good.


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