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RajunCajun
RajunCajun Posts: 1,035
edited July 2023 in EggHead Forum
cook your picanha?
The problem with a problem is that you don't know it's a problem until it's a problem, and that is a big problem.
Holding the company together with three spreadsheets and two cans connected by a long piece of string.

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  • Langner91
    Langner91 Posts: 2,120
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    I spin it!


    Clinton, Iowa
  • RajunCajun
    RajunCajun Posts: 1,035
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    Langner91 said:
    I spin it!


    Very nice....you had my mouth watering immediately.  I am a true carnivore.
    The problem with a problem is that you don't know it's a problem until it's a problem, and that is a big problem.
    Holding the company together with three spreadsheets and two cans connected by a long piece of string.
  • Langner91
    Langner91 Posts: 2,120
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    I lucked into a Prime picanha and it has been wonderful!

    If you don't have a rotisserie, I would do a reverse sear, in a cast iron skillet indirect to let that fat cap render a bit.  Then, pull the plate setter out and get that cast iron hot enough to sear.  Baste it with the juices from the indirect portion of the cook.

    It needs a little time to render, in my opinion.
    Clinton, Iowa
  • RajunCajun
    RajunCajun Posts: 1,035
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    Langner91 said:
    I lucked into a Prime picanha and it has been wonderful!

    If you don't have a rotisserie, I would do a reverse sear, in a cast iron skillet indirect to let that fat cap render a bit.  Then, pull the plate setter out and get that cast iron hot enough to sear.  Baste it with the juices from the indirect portion of the cook.

    It needs a little time to render, in my opinion.
    Thanks!!
    The problem with a problem is that you don't know it's a problem until it's a problem, and that is a big problem.
    Holding the company together with three spreadsheets and two cans connected by a long piece of string.
  • Lwoodie
    Lwoodie Posts: 8
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    Dang, that's a serious problem ... what's a spreadsheet, I only have Silk Sheets?
  • MotownVol
    MotownVol Posts: 1,048
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    That is one of my favorite cuts of meat.  About a month ago, the better half and I were on a long anniversary weekend and went to a restaurant that had it on the menu.  Never disappoints.
    Morristown TN, LBGE and Mini-Max.