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reuben

fishlessmanfishlessman Posts: 16,738
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
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<p />i used a grey corned beef (very light in tenderquick, mostly kosher salt, it cooks a grey brown color not red). soaked for a few hours and then injected it with some water that i had boiled with a head of garlic, some peppercorns and some penzey pickling spice. let it sit for a few hours and then smoked like a brisket. it made a descent pastrami. will try this some time with a store bought red cornbeef. for a rub i used garlic powder, black pepper and turbinado sugar.slaced real thin for reuben sandwiches. souarkraut,1000 islands, muenster and swiss on marbled rye. sorry about the picture, i broke my camera lcd and cant change the light settings anymore
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  • Lawn RangerLawn Ranger Posts: 5,466
    fishlessman,
    Beautiful! Absolutely my favorite sandwich.[p]Mike

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  • stikestike Posts: 15,597
    fishlessman,
    if you're in methuen, i'd like to put in a standing order for a weekly reuben.
    how about $5?, ok ok $10.

    ed egli avea del cul fatto trombetta -Dante
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  • LOGLOG Posts: 85
    stike,
    Can you stop in Cambridge and drop one off for me? I'll pay the $10.00. That's one of my favorites.
    LOG

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  • fishlessman,[p]Nice looking sangie. Reuben happens to be my favorite and since the deli near my house (B&D) closed I haven't had one in nearly 2 months.[p]Anyone local (i.e. new england) have recommendations on a good deli or reuben eatin' establishment. I am willing to travel for this delicacy....[p]Thanks,
    bean town

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  • fishlessmanfishlessman Posts: 16,738
    stike,
    for 10 dollars i would have to add a pickle, cant believe i forgot the pickle on the side

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  • fishlessmanfishlessman Posts: 16,738
    bean town griller,
    my favorite place recently closed too, been over a year

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  • bean town griller,[p]B&D are you in Brookline perhaps? I grew up not to far from there! Now I am in exile in Florida.[p]Have you trid Rubins on Harvard Street, or if you want a good treat, you should try the Shwarma at Ravi's....[p]-- Joshua[p]
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  • Joshua Kane,[p]Yes, I live in Brookline. Grew up in these parts, hey?
    I own a condo near Washington Square. Grew up in Maine, but have been living in Boston area for 10 years.[p]Florida exile - hope your enjoying that...[p]Yes, been to Rubins, but not the same as B&D (IMHO). Zaftigs would be the next place I would get a decent reuben, but always willing to try new establishments that are known for something I enjoy![p]Yup, Ravis is good, though I am partial to the Schwarma at Schwarma King on Beacon (around the street). [p]Take care and thanks for the suggestion,
    Bean town

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