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Default Chuck roast and flat cut brisket


Michael Dog3 Lonergan wrote:
Yowzer. Found some chuck roast for sale for $1.77 a pound. I bought 15
pounds of it. I'll make a pot roast and then the rest will be ground and
frozen for burgers.


I'd first make up the burgers and then freeze... a whole lot more
advantageous, especially if you only want one or two... instead of
having to defrost an entire package and then play pat-a-cake when what
you really want to do is eat.

I've been known to slap solid frozen burgers right on the grill.

With 15 pounds you have enough for a giant meat loaf too.

Sheldon


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