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    PBC pastrami

    My first pastrami in PBC with cherry smoke wood. Absolutely delicious!
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    #2
    PBC, PBC, PBC! Cherry is my favorite!

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      #3
      That looks super!

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        #4
        You have just made one of the best of all of Meathead's recipes. You'll never be able to get enough "Close to Katz'"* pastrami from now on, it's that good.

        Kathryn

        *I'm assuming that's the recipe you used. If not, give it a try--its amazing.

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          #5
          I did use Meathead’s recipe for both the corned beef brisket and the pastrami. PBC stayed hot for twelve hours with Weber briquettes. I can’t stop nibbling on it!

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            #6
            looks great, pastrami on the PBC cant be beaten. one of my favorites.

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              #7
              Great job! Love pastrami on my PBC and can’t get enough. So far I’ve made regular pastrami, cheater pastrami (using pre-cured corned beef), turkey pastrami, and porkstrami using pork butt.

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                fzxdoc - porkstrami was much better than turkey pastrami - pork butt will always beat turkey breast. It was closer in fattiness to a regular pastrami. I believe I posted a few pics here and will try to find the link. Definitely making it again. Pork butt is much easier and much much cheaper to find up here than brisket. I also think it’s a little more foolproof than beef. Only downside is the much longer cure due to the thickness. I think I went 12 days

              • shify
                shify commented
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                fzxdoc - Here it the post with a few pics of the porkstrami

                https://pitmaster.amazingribs.com/fo...792#post842792

              • fzxdoc
                fzxdoc commented
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                Thanks for the additional info, shify . I just went to the SUWYC porkstrami post you linked. Wow that looks delicious.

                Kathryn

              #8
              Boy, does that look delicious! I’ve got to try it.

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                #9
                Pastrami looks wonderful and I know you had loads of doing it!

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                  #10
                  I’m ready for a sandwich

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