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Old 04-05-2019, 08:28 PM   #21
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It's in the fridge. Should be fine until next week.
Have to say I'd be a little leery of that. Even at low temps, anything that got a start already is going to multiply. I'd go ahead and cook it up, then refrigerate and re-heat if that's how it has to go.
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Old 04-05-2019, 08:31 PM   #22
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Have to say I'd be a little leery of that. Even at low temps, anything that got a start already is going to multiply. I'd go ahead and cook it up, then refrigerate and re-heat if that's how it has to go.
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....Oh okayyyyy........ (thanks)

Now I'm cooking it overnight, since I leave for Philly tomorrow.
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Onion now being caramelised. Crock pot out and ready.

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Are you dead yet? Or how did it taste.

Wondering what question to ask
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Danger is my middle name.

....Oh okayyyyy........ (thanks)

Now I'm cooking it overnight, since I leave for Philly tomorrow.
If you're not careful with it diarrhea might be your middle name.........
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Are you dead yet? Or how did it taste.

Wondering what question to ask
Slow-cooked all night, and I now awake to the awesome aroma of pot roast. As for taste...meh...I cooked with the onions, but fell asleep and forgot to add any other seasoning. Oops.

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Old 04-06-2019, 12:22 PM   #27
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Slow-cooked all night, and I now awake to the awesome aroma of pot roast. As for taste...meh...I cooked with the onions, but fell asleep and forgot to add any other seasoning. Oops.
It gonna be good. You betcha.
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It gonna be good. You betcha.
As long as he at least adds some salt lol.

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I wouldn't worry a bit:

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I just want to say thank you to Mark. This made me interested in dry aging beef.

Well, as it turns out a client has asked me to take their old Sub-Zero fridge. I have our beer fridge in the shop now and thought I wouldn't want it. This other fridge is going to become our dry aging fridge now next to the beer fridge, nothing but beef for aging is going to go in the fridge part.

I found a purpose for it so I'll take it. I'm going to customize it for the dry aging process. I won't be able to hang whole quarters but I'm going to give some whole Ribeyes and a brisket a shot.

This could be my favorite thread ever if this works out. Figuring out process for a fan and shelving is really the biggest issues. This is gonna be epic if it works out.
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Just to recap the weekend:

After tasting it Saturday morning 7:00 am, I made my way to Philly, with a few stops along the way. I brought the roast along in a cooler, figuring I'd finish it (seasoning, etc.) at the folks house. But by around 3:30pm I had stomach gas cramps like not in years...I'm sure it was coincidence, but painful stuff. So in Philly I just left it the van Saturday night, not wanting to really deal with it at that point. I disposed of it at 95 rest stop on my way back to DC this evening. It still smelled great, btw, but it was time to go.

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The time or three I've had a bad reaction, it happened within 1-3 hours, so yeah, I'd guess that was coincidence. But I certainly can't blame you for being a wuss. Bummer.
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When in doubt , toss it out
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Just to recap the weekend:

After tasting it Saturday morning 7:00 am, I made my way to Philly, with a few stops along the way. I brought the roast along in a cooler, figuring I'd finish it (seasoning, etc.) at the folks house. But by around 3:30pm I had stomach gas cramps like not in years...I'm sure it was coincidence, but painful stuff. So in Philly I just left it the van Saturday night, not wanting to really deal with it at that point. I disposed of it at 95 rest stop on my way back to DC this evening. It still smelled great, btw, but it was time to go.
Should’ve fed it to a dog.
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Just to recap the weekend:

After tasting it Saturday morning 7:00 am, I made my way to Philly, with a few stops along the way. I brought the roast along in a cooler, figuring I'd finish it (seasoning, etc.) at the folks house. But by around 3:30pm I had stomach gas cramps like not in years...I'm sure it was coincidence, but painful stuff. So in Philly I just left it the van Saturday night, not wanting to really deal with it at that point. I disposed of it at 95 rest stop on my way back to DC this evening. It still smelled great, btw, but it was time to go.
Considering you said you left out all the magic spices, so it was doomed from the get go.

This is all on you.

Still and all we should have had a Requiem.
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Still and all we should have had a Requiem.

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I realize now that I failed to take into account one other Philly factor: my mother. She would have ended the experiment swiftly....no dog, no nothing. And given me heck for trying.

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