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  • Re: Beef Jerky on the Egg

    Charlie,[p]Yes.[p]2006_0813FoodandSuch8_140006.jpg[p]Used a london broil (Although many butchers will label a cut of meat "London Broil", the term does not refer to a specific cut. The cut of meat traditionally used is flank steak, but top round roast/steak is also commonly used.)[p]Marinated overnight and DRIED in the egg at 165. I used the Guru to maintain the temp. It was great.
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