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Christmas Picanha - The FaceDance Way

Hell yeah...


South Florida - Large BGE (DOB:  12/07/2013)

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  • FoghornFoghorn Posts: 8,891
    Oh yeah indeed.

    XXL BGE, Karebecue, Klose BYC, Chargiller Akorn Kamado, Weber Smokey Mountain, Grand Turbo gasser, Weber Smoky Joe, and the wheelbarrow that my grandfather used to cook steaks from his cattle

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  • SaltySamSaltySam Posts: 861
    I want to try one of these.  Did you order a picanha roast or were you able to find one at a grocery store?

    That knife is killer too!

    LBGE since June 2012

    Omaha, NE

  • OMG indeed!
    Go Gamecocks!!!
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  • lousubcaplousubcap Posts: 24,219
    Way to bring it home.  Great cook.  
    Louisville; "indeterminate Jim" here.  Rolling smoke in the neighbourhood. # 38 for the win.  Life is too short for light/lite beer!
  • SaltySam said:
    I want to try one of these.  Did you order a picanha roast or were you able to find one at a grocery store?

    That knife is killer too!
    I live in South Florida so we have a few Brazilian butchers.  However, I’ve grown fond of the Wild Forks PRIME Picanha.  Defrost in the fridge for a few days, then Let it dry age in the fridge for 1-2 days with a HEAVY coat of course sea salt and pepper.  Score the fat cap, roll it low and slow at 225 until 125 internal temp, then fire it up for the sear until desired temp.  So easy... so good.  Serve with chimichurri or horseradish sauce.  Always a show stopper.  
    South Florida - Large BGE (DOB:  12/07/2013)
  • stv8rstv8r Posts: 933
    Looks delicious!   Nice job!

  • SaltySamSaltySam Posts: 861
    I just looked up Wild Forks.  Unfortunately they don’t deliver to me here in Omaha, Nebraska.  

    Ironically, they describe their products as such:

     “At Wild Fork Foods, we predominantly source our beef from Colorado and Nebraska, where the cold weather attracts some of the best-quality English and continental breeds, such as Angus, Hereford and Limousin. Close proximity to these states guarantees that our cattle enjoy high-quality feed year-round.”

    Dammit. 

    LBGE since June 2012

    Omaha, NE

  • SaltySam said:
    I just looked up Wild Forks.  Unfortunately they don’t deliver to me here in Omaha, Nebraska.  

    Ironically, they describe their products as such:

     “At Wild Fork Foods, we predominantly source our beef from Colorado and Nebraska, where the cold weather attracts some of the best-quality English and continental breeds, such as Angus, Hereford and Limousin. Close proximity to these states guarantees that our cattle enjoy high-quality feed year-round.”

    Dammit. 
    Man... that’s a kick in the shorts.
    South Florida - Large BGE (DOB:  12/07/2013)
  • loco_engrloco_engr Posts: 4,921
    edited December 2020
    SaltySam said:
    I just looked up Wild Forks.  Unfortunately they don’t deliver to me here in Omaha, Nebraska.  

    Ironically, they describe their products as such:

     “At Wild Fork Foods, we predominantly source our beef from Colorado and Nebraska, where the cold weather attracts some of the best-quality English and continental breeds, such as Angus, Hereford and Limousin. Close proximity to these states guarantees that our cattle enjoy high-quality feed year-round.”

    Dammit. 
    Hey Sam . . . just did some searching, maybe give this url a try
    https://wildforkfoods.com/blogs/stores/do-you-have-stores
    web page said they'd deliver to my zip code in NE KS
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  • Did you use the platesetter indirect heat first, with any type of smoking wood? Then remove the setter and crank up for the seer? Thanks
  • Did you use the platesetter indirect heat first, with any type of smoking wood? Then remove the setter and crank up for the seer? Thanks
    You got it.  Classic reverse sear.  Plate setter at 225-ish, some apple or fruit wood chips (doesn't need a lot harsh smoke), cook until 125-ish internal temp, remove roast and plate setter, crank up heat, sear on all sides until desired temp is reached (135 for medium rare).  Very easy and is on my "go-to" list. 
    South Florida - Large BGE (DOB:  12/07/2013)
  • Well done!!  Huge fan of wildforks as well.  Get prime picanha and prime tri tips all the time.
    LG BGE
    36" Blackstone
    Weber Genisis
    Cold IPA on tap!
  • I picked up some tri tips and a picahna from Wild Forks. Having a tri tip tomorrow.
    Meat looks good.  Prime,  nice marbling. 
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