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  • Henrik
    Founding Member - Moderator Emeritus
    • Jul 2014
    • 4420
    • Stockholm, Sweden

    Making roast beef

    I bought a nice cut called a ball tip, or a beef rump. I decided I wanted to make roast beef out of it.

    Ingredients
    1.1 kilos (2.4 lbs) ball tip/beef rump
    1 tsp salt
    My own beef rub

    How to
    Apply the salt together with a liberal amount of the beef rub all over the meat. Leave it in the fridge overnight (important, it needs time for flavor). Now fire up the grill using indirect heat, and wood chunks of choice. I used cherry for this one. I had my grill running at 140° C (280 °F). I wanted to get a good smoke flavor. The whole cook took 1.5 hours. I was aiming for an internal temp of 55° C (130° F), which is just perfect for this cut. Once it was smoked, I just let it cool off and sliced it super thin. Man, this was amazing, need to do this very soon again, highly recommended!

    Here's the ball tip, with rub applied

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    Here's the roast on my Big Green Egg

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    And here's how it turned out. Great flavors! Fancy a slice?


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  • Barry Friesen
    Former Member
    • May 2017
    • 101
    • Altona Manitoba Canada

    #2
    Yes please.

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    • CaptainMike
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      #3
      What Barry said!

      Comment

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        #4
        I jus happen to have a plate handy...

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        • jgreen
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          #5
          Plate ready here too. Nice cook.

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          • MBMorgan
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            #6
            That looks awesome, Henrik!

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            • Steve B
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              #7
              Once again. Killing it. 👊👍

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              • klflowers
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                #8
                You are the man.

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                • RichieB
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                  • Apr 2018
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                  #9
                  Nice... Now I'm hungry and jealous.

                  Comment

                  • Hulagn1971
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                    #10
                    I knew you would start ramping up your cooking since you now have more time. Nice work man!

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                    • RonB
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                      #11
                      Super!

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                      • Troutman
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                        #12
                        I’d fancy a sandwich with some horseradish sauce on mine please!!!

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                        • Henrik
                          Henrik commented
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                          Horseradish is a great match!
                      • Skip
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                        • Jul 2014
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                        #13
                        Great Beef Henrik .

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                        • Henrik
                          Henrik commented
                          Editing a comment
                          Thanks Skip!
                      • Mudbeaver
                        Former Member
                        • May 2018
                        • 457
                        • Marathon NY

                        #14
                        Maybe I’d take my lunch to work! Henrik that looks fantastic! How long do you figure it would keep?

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                        • Henrik
                          Henrik commented
                          Editing a comment
                          Hmm, very good question. Don't know, but a few days in the fridge should be just fine. The only issue is that it doesn't last that long. Someone [ahem...] keeps raiding the fridge whenever passing by, mumbling to himself "just a nibble"... :-)

                        • Mudbeaver
                          Mudbeaver commented
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                          Henrik yea prolly the same here, I’d have to get four lunches out of it...

                        • Polarbear777
                          Polarbear777 commented
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                          “That stuff _keeps_ longer than it _lasts_.”
                      • HawkerXP
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                        • Jul 2016
                        • 5966
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                        #15
                        Looks delicious!

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