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Subject:  Re: If Animals Weren't Meant To Be Eaten... Date:  6/7/2005  3:25 PM
Author:  ariechert Number:  238197 of 875629

When Chuck Roast was on sale it was hell. - Art

Good days for leftover meat: after Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day; especially if they were rainy. ogrecat

Which reminds me; you can take a whole chuck roast, and marinate in your refrigerator for a couple of days in Italian dressing (with lots of garlic) and then cook it whole on your grill. Make sure your coals are really burned down good, and slow cook it for a long time. The meat actually looks sort of cured or "pinkish" colored. It's done, and not raw, even though it has a sort of pink color, from the curing action as the juices from the meat drop down into the fire and release NO2 which sort of cures the meat. I like the 7-bone blade chuck roast (bone in) for marinating and cooking on the grill. It's really great stuff. One of my favorites. - Art
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