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    Bigbazza Guest

    Default Defrosted Beef Rump Steaks (not of the highest quality)....

    Tell me ...Please.... I have just defrosted 780g of beef rump steak....Not
    the top quality steak either...... I have already defrosted it, then my son
    rang to ask if it was OK to not come home for dinner...... I only like Rump
    Steak when it is fresh from the butchers, and not frozen...... I have
    defrosted 2 Pork Mid Loin Chops for myself tonight..... I have returned the
    rump steak to the fridge to use tomorrow...... Any good idea's ?....
    --
    Bigbazza (Barry) Oz

    "Happiness is never an accident. It is the prize we get when we choose
    wisely from life's great stores"






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    Giusi Guest

    Default Re: Defrosted Beef Rump Steaks (not of the highest quality)....


    "Bigbazza" <[email protected]> ha scritto nel messaggio
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    > Tell me ...Please.... I have just defrosted 780g of beef rump steak....Not
    > the top quality steak either...... I have already defrosted it, then my
    > son rang to ask if it was OK to not come home for dinner...... I only like
    > Rump Steak when it is fresh from the butchers, and not frozen...... I have
    > defrosted 2 Pork Mid Loin Chops for myself tonight..... I have returned
    > the rump steak to the fridge to use tomorrow...... Any good idea's ?....
    > --
    > Bigbazza (Barry) Oz


    Sure, look up on the inernet the Belgian stews made of beef and beer and
    loads of onions.



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    Bob Terwilliger Guest

    Default Re: Defrosted Beef Rump Steaks (not of the highest quality)....

    Barry wrote:

    > Tell me ...Please.... I have just defrosted 780g of beef rump steak....Not
    > the top quality steak either...... I have already defrosted it, then my
    > son rang to ask if it was OK to not come home for dinner...... I only like
    > Rump Steak when it is fresh from the butchers, and not frozen...... I have
    > defrosted 2 Pork Mid Loin Chops for myself tonight..... I have returned
    > the rump steak to the fridge to use tomorrow...... Any good idea's ?....


    It's chilly there, right? Cut the steak into good-sized chunks and braise
    with onions, parsnips, and Guinness.

    Bob




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    Food SnobŪ Guest

    Default Re: Defrosted Beef Rump Steaks (not of the highest quality)....

    On Jun 18, 4:46*am, "Bob Terwilliger" <virtualgoth@die_spammer.biz>
    wrote:
    > Barry wrote:
    > > Tell me ...Please.... I have just defrosted 780g of beef rump steak....Not
    > > the top quality steak either...... I have already defrosted it, then my
    > > son rang to ask if it was OK to not come home for dinner...... I only like
    > > Rump Steak when it is fresh from the butchers, and not frozen...... I have
    > > defrosted 2 Pork Mid Loin Chops for myself tonight..... I have returned
    > > the rump steak to the fridge to use tomorrow...... Any good idea's ?.....

    >
    > It's chilly there, right? Cut the steak into good-sized chunks and braise
    > with onions, parsnips, and Guinness.


    Or substitute carrots for the parsnips, and use the beer for drinking
    instead.
    >
    > Bob


    --Bryan

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    Sqwertz Guest

    Default Re: Defrosted Beef Rump Steaks (not of the highest quality)....

    On Fri, 18 Jun 2010 19:35:30 +1000, Bigbazza wrote:

    > Tell me ...Please.... I have just defrosted 780g of beef rump steak....Not
    > the top quality steak either...... I have already defrosted it, then my son
    > rang to ask if it was OK to not come home for dinner...... I only like Rump
    > Steak when it is fresh from the butchers, and not frozen...... I have
    > defrosted 2 Pork Mid Loin Chops for myself tonight..... I have returned the
    > rump steak to the fridge to use tomorrow...... Any good idea's ?....


    Beef strokingoff.

    -sw

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    Roy Guest

    Default Re: Defrosted Beef Rump Steaks (not of the highest quality)....

    On Jun 18, 8:12*am, Sqwertz <swe...@cluemail.compost> wrote:
    > On Fri, 18 Jun 2010 19:35:30 +1000, Bigbazza wrote:
    > > Tell me ...Please.... I have just defrosted 780g of beef rump steak....Not
    > > the top quality steak either...... I have already defrosted it, then myson
    > > rang to ask if it was OK to not come home for dinner...... I only like Rump
    > > Steak when it is fresh from the butchers, and not frozen...... I have
    > > defrosted 2 Pork Mid Loin Chops for myself tonight..... I have returnedthe
    > > rump steak to the fridge to use tomorrow...... Any good idea's ?....

    >
    > Beef strokingoff.
    >
    > -sw


    ==
    Your favorite, no doubt.
    ==

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    JL Guest

    Default Re: Defrosted Beef Rump Steaks (not of the highest quality)....



    Bigbazza wrote:
    > Tell me ...Please.... I have just defrosted 780g of beef rump
    > steak....Not the top quality steak either...... I have already defrosted
    > it, then my son rang to ask if it was OK to not come home for
    > dinner...... I only like Rump Steak when it is fresh from the butchers,
    > and not frozen...... I have defrosted 2 Pork Mid Loin Chops for myself
    > tonight..... I have returned the rump steak to the fridge to use
    > tomorrow...... Any good idea's ?....


    1.7 pounds? could be pot roasted or braised in one piece. But also an
    oven roasting on a bed of chopped veggies (celery, carrots, onions, with
    a bit of water just to cover the veggies and the seasoned and/or
    marinated steak placed on top of the water covered veggies and roasted,
    basting occasionally.

    The sauce that can be made from the replenished as needed, remaining
    cooking liquid (strained, pressed, defatted & seasoned) is worth using
    this roasting technique for large steaks.
    --

    Mr. Joseph Paul Littleshoes Esq.

    Domine, dirige nos.

    Let the games begin!
    http://fredeeky.typepad.com/fredeeky.../sf_anthem.mp3


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    gloria.p Guest

    Default Re: Defrosted Beef Rump Steaks (not of the highest quality)....

    Bigbazza wrote:
    > Tell me ...Please.... I have just defrosted 780g of beef rump
    > steak....Not the top quality steak either...... I have already defrosted
    > it, then my son rang to ask if it was OK to not come home for
    > dinner...... I only like Rump Steak when it is fresh from the butchers,
    > and not frozen...... I have defrosted 2 Pork Mid Loin Chops for myself
    > tonight..... I have returned the rump steak to the fridge to use
    > tomorrow...... Any good idea's ?....



    Stew. Pot roast. Grind it for hamburgers. Mince for Spaghetti sauce.
    Roast, seasoned highly with onion and garlic and oregano and slice
    thinly for sandwiches on hard rolls au jus with the resulting drippings
    made into gravy.

    gloria p

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    Sqwertz Guest

    Default Re: Defrosted Beef Rump Steaks (not of the highest quality)....

    On Fri, 18 Jun 2010 08:25:53 -0700 (PDT), Roy wrote:

    > On Jun 18, 8:12*am, Sqwertz <swe...@cluemail.compost> wrote:
    >
    >> Beef strokingoff.
    >>

    > Your favorite, no doubt.


    Well, it's not exactly a 7-course surf and turf dinner, but I
    think a of people here could use a good strokingoff now and then.

    -sw

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    Bigbazza Guest

    Default Re: Defrosted Beef Rump Steaks (not of the highest quality)....


    "Bigbazza" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Tell me ...Please.... I have just defrosted 780g of beef rump steak....Not
    > the top quality steak either...... I have already defrosted it, then my
    > son rang to ask if it was OK to not come home for dinner...... I only like
    > Rump Steak when it is fresh from the butchers, and not frozen...... I have
    > defrosted 2 Pork Mid Loin Chops for myself tonight..... I have returned
    > the rump steak to the fridge to use tomorrow...... Any good idea's ?....
    > --
    > Bigbazza (Barry) Oz
    >



    Thanks for all the suggestions from all.......

    I had a couple of good idea's from alt.chat.cooking that seem good .....
    I was going to cook it tonight, but decided at the last minute to cook
    Lamb Rumps instead (Lamb Rump Steaks are actually the good
    'Chump Chops' from lamb that have the bone removed and the
    fat mostly cut off.... They are very tender meat......

    I now intend to 'Slow Cook' the beef rumps tomorrow instead.....

    The Lamb Rumps I had tonight, I marinated in a Teriyaki Marinade, together
    with some fresh lemon juice and Rosemary.... I then BBQ'ed them and served
    with minted green peas, Honeyed Carrots and Buttered Corn Kernels....
    Yummmmm.....
    --
    Bigbazza (Barry) Oz

    "Happiness is never an accident. It is the prize we get when we choose
    wisely from life's great stores"




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