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    Two Day Dry Cured Steak

    I was walking by the local butcher this evening and saw a rack 'o ribs hanging.

    I had the butcher cut me out a couple of cutlets.

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    I let them dry after washing and then salted them down.

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    My plan is to cook them up Sunday using the reverse sear method.

    Suggestions on sides that don't involve peas?
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    ^ Nothing heavy for me personally

    You can either go with the starch, veg and gravy/sauce route (which is heavy) or the coleslaw, salad and corn on the cob route (which is lighter).

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    Here's some ideas for sides mate.

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    I'd be making whatever sides you choose to be substantial, can't see you being able to get past a bite or two of PI beef so you'll need something else on the plate to fill you up. Happy to be proved wrong but when it comes to steak, in my experience the more you spend the better it is (and vice versa)!

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    Baked potato and salad?

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    ^ thus the curing. TBH, they dont look bad to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Topper View Post
    I was walking by the local butcher this evening and saw a rack 'o ribs hanging.

    I had the butcher cut me out a couple of cutlets.

    Two Day Dry Cured Steak-20200619_193254-jpg

    I let them dry after washing and then salted them down.

    Two Day Dry Cured Steak-20200619_201132-jpg

    My plan is to cook them up Sunday using the reverse sear method.

    Suggestions on sides that don't involve peas?
    Wont be any comments from mendip then.

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    We've got bacon in the fridge, the wife wants potato salad

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    BLD, fook Mendip and his pea obsession!

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    ^And him buying local steaks in this part of the world then being silly enough to think they'd be any good

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    Good luck. My 25 years here has taught me that the pork is cheap and excellent, chicken good and the beef horrible. And my wife is an excellent cook. Local beef is generally like chewing on an inner tube, no matter what you do to it.

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    Spam and Jollibee it is then...

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    I'm going to let cure in the fridge and see if that helps

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    ^^^Good local fish too, everything from lapu-lapu to dorado and swordfish.

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    ^^As long as you cook it yourself, I agree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Still waiting for your ribs in the dinner thread Snubs.

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    Reverse sear is the only way.

    chips and nothing as sides.

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    Been sitting out for a while after the "salting"

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    Marinade them in some JD if they're local. That'll soften the meat and give some decent flavour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post
    Marinade them in some JD if they're local. That'll soften the meat and give some decent flavour.
    He should let it sit in a kiwi or papaya marinade for a good 5 to 7 days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Topper View Post
    Been sitting out for a while after the "salting"

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    Beginning to look like leather

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    Newbie delusions.

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    Looks overcooked to me already....

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