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Cajunate
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Mardi Gras Day Roast Beef
With the intention of putting a big beef roast on to cook I was awake at 5:30 this morning. After a cup of coffee I began prepping the 10 pound round of sirloin I picked up at Sam's yesterday. I stuffed it with a head of fresh garlic and seasoned it well with salt, black pepper and Costco's granulated garlic( that's some good strong stuff!) and then a light sprinkling of Leblanc's Creole seasoning.

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Next it was time to sear all side of the meat.

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Then add water, a couple of halved onions and a few more toes of smashed garlic and into the oven for several hours.

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This is going to be for roast beef Poor Boys later today.


Bill Parker?
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re: Mardi Gras Day Roast Beef
Update with photos when complete. Please.


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Tigerpaw123
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Looks great, I have completely switched to granulated garlic and onion over powders, I asked Kim Leblanc what the difference was and he said that they grind up the dried garlic to make the granulated and when they are done they sweep the floor and use that for the powders


NatalbanyTigerFan
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re: Mardi Gras Day Roast Beef
Nice!


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No8Easy2
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looks damn good, what temp ya going with?


CHEDBALLZ
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re: Mardi Gras Day Roast Beef
Same here, it doesnt cost much more either. Maybe $1-2 for a 24oz container. I buy the Rouaes brand.


Pot roast looks great OP.


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Cajunate
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It's in the oven in a 13.5 qt. LeCreuset with the lid on at 350°.
Just checked and turned the roast over. Looks and smells great!!!!


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bubbz
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I’ll be looking forward to pictures later.


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Cajunate
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re: Mardi Gras Day Roast Beef

Flipped the roast again, it's coming along nicely. Amazing how much it shrinks.

You can see the garlic squeezing to the surface .

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BlackCoffeeKid
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re: Mardi Gras Day Roast Beef
Plan on cooling it before slicing?
Or just going at it while it's hot so it shreds?


windshieldman
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Looks ready to eat now


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Cajunate
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Not today. Usually I'll cook it the day before and let it cool overnight and then slice the next day. Today it's getting shredded. Almost done!


Cajunate
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Carson123987
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LAWD


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Eric Nies Grind Time
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Cajunate
Louisiana
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re: Mardi Gras Day Roast Beef

Had a nice sloppy roast beef sandwich with some warmed Reising's Poor Boy Bread.

Dressed of course!

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TigersSEC2010
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re: Mardi Gras Day Roast Beef
I’m so wet right now


BRgetthenet
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Not as wet as that po baw.


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TigerWise
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What's the yellow stuff ?


NOLATiger71
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Great job on that sandwich! However, if that is mustard on that Poor boy you spent all morning preparing and cooking then you ruined it.

Blasphemy!!!! I say!!! Blasphemy!!!
This post was edited on 2/14 at 9:51 am


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