french dip

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  1. banta

    banta

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    What would be a good cut of meat for french dip in place of prime rib
     
  2. french fries

    french fries

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    Tri-tip. 
     
  3. phatch

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    Roast an eye of round so it's still pink, slice it thinly. 
     
  4. chefbuba

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    Inside round.......use them all the time, makes a damn good sandwich.
     
  5. teamfat

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    Last batch I did was with rump roast.  Cooked very rare, chilled, then sliced as thin as possible and heated in the broth.

    mjb.
     
  6. maryb

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    Sirloin roast also, I use them all the time for this. I smoke until medium rare then chill overnight. Run through my slicer then a quick reheat in some beef broth that I then use for dipping.
     
  7. chefross

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    Top butt sirloin really has great flavor.....
     
  8. skyler

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    I use sirloin tip roast.