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Need idea for New Years

We are having a party and I would like to cook a hunk of beef that I can carve off of throughout the night. We will probably have 30 people total. Any ideas????? I have an XL so room shouldn't be an issue.

Thanks!

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  • nolaeggheadnolaegghead Posts: 12,415
    If you want to be different, you could do a few beef flank pastramies.  You can keep them warm for hours in a crock pot (rig up a steam bath).  Or brisket pastrami.   A giant hunk of standing rib roast is always a winner.
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  • This is our first New Years with an Egg.  We usually do a bottom round, rare, with homemade horseradish sauce on yeast rolls.  We also cook a spice rubbed pork tenderloin. Can't wait to see how it all turns out off the Egg.
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