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    24Hrs. What to do with my beef.

    Getting a chunk of beef tonight. 500gr-1kg.

    For dinner tmro night.

    Was thinking either a slow cooked Indian style curry, starting at 9am tomorrow morning, to be served at 6pm.

    Or sliced and marinated tonight (for 20hrs) , and put onto skewers with onion and capsicum and put on the BBQ.


    Other ideas welcome.

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    Rendang.


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    Interesting.

    Beef Rendang Recipe

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    I was just looking at recipes in Malay using translate (get the real versions and not the addapted for western palates one.

    Secubit Garam: RENDANG AYAM HARUM

    Home Sweet Home: Rendang Ayam Resepi Kak Liza

    puteriayudehearty: Resipi Rendang Daging Mudah dan Sedap!

    Resepi Rendang Daging | Dapur Malaysia

    I'm off the Makro after work to get some supplies - I'm going to make one I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DBell View Post
    Getting a chunk of beef tonight. 500gr-1kg.
    Don’t be bashful

    Go get yourself a freezer. Purchase a side of beef and have it cut and packaged (stating what’s in each package). Save the soup bones for the pups.


    Beef it’s what’s for dinner.

    By the way,………. Thank you.

    prices paid to beef and cattle producers increased 17.3 percent
    Enjoy!
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    Make a hole in the beef and have sex with it.

    Order in a pizza for tea.

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    Rendang sounds great, but perhaps too much effort for tonight.

    Sliced, and into a marinading bag (dashes of lime juice, crushed garlic, bbq sauce, mustard, ground black pepper corns and some coriander) for 20 hours, before being skewered and BBQ'd with onions and capsicum is winning I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DBell
    into a marinading bag for 20hrs, before being skewered
    Similar to my suggestion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DBell View Post
    Rendang sounds great, but perhaps too much effort for tonight.

    Sliced, and into a marinading bag for 20hrs, before being skewered and BBQ'd with onions and capsicum is winning I think.
    Here's a little tip for you. Chuck some shredded papaya into the bag (keep it together by tying it in the bundle and giving it a squeeze to get the juice coming out. It will make your beef really tender and not change the flavour.

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    I know papain powder is a tenderizer and comes from papaya, but using your method would it be about as ripe as papaya used in somtam?

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    Perhaps a few chunks of juicy pineapple. Then crushed while in the marinading bag. Got some in the fridge. Might check it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pickel
    I know papain powder is a tenderizer and comes from papaya, but using your method would it be about as ripe as papaya used in somtam?
    Yes. It works. I often cut very thing strips of unripe papaya and put a steak between them for 24 hours in the fridge. Works a treat on local shite beef.

    Quote Originally Posted by DBell
    Perhaps a few chunks of juicy pineapple.
    Umm no. It does not have the same enzyme in it that breaks down the meat. Would taste better though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus
    Chuck some shredded papaya into the bag
    That works well , a flip girlfreind showed me that one, she used to just slice the green papaya in strips lay some previously tough steak on it and some more stips on top , chuck it in the fridge for the day, Kiwi fruit will do the same , though obviously papayas cheaper,

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    ^ Have a kiwi fruit in the fridge. BBQ kiwi steak coming up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by withnallstoke View Post
    Make a hole in the beef and have sex with it.
    Then take it to Gullivers and explain to the Doorman that it's your wife to be

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    Quote Originally Posted by helge View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by withnallstoke View Post
    Make a hole in the beef and have sex with it.
    Then take it to Gullivers and explain to the Doorman that it's your wife to be
    Fark - the thread for that would be aweful.

    "I went to Gullivers with a lump of meat I have been fucking after cutting a hole in it, and was refused entry, but the doorman was in two minds because it was food but also a sex object which usually gets let in . In the end, he he said no because I was wearing flip flops which is against the dress code".

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    After use, the beef could be sliced thinly and sold to post chop ladyboys as beef curtains.

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    Quote Originally Posted by withnallstoke View Post
    After use
    Would that include the Skytrain debate ?

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    Slow roast it on 65C for 4-5 hours. Then sear it and serve pink* in the middle (*This part will help withnallstoke...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DBell
    Other ideas welcome.
    Give it the dog , and eat something healthy..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Chuchok
    pink* in the middle

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    Quote Originally Posted by blue View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by DBell
    Other ideas welcome.
    Give it the dog , and eat something healthy..
    Healthy - this would all depend on it's origins.

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    Give it to the dog, then eat the dog.

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    I'd suggest handing it to your misses and simply waiting 24 hours

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    Old fashioned beef jerky.....

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