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Weston 61-0901-W Heavy Duty Meat and Food Slicer, 9", Stainless Steel reviewed by Skillet Director
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Weston 61-0901-W Heavy Duty Meat and Food Slicer, 9"
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Making Stuffed Steak with a Weston Meat Slicer

generally here on the butcher block
we’re using our high mountain seasonings
our outdoor edge knives our bradley
smoker and our West and equipment to
process great products like jerky
sausage and snack sticks but on this
week’s segment of the butcher block
we’re going to be making stuffed Bridge
oak for dinner now we have a couple
venison loins here now we’ve already
removed a good bit of the scene you off
of the outside of our loin when we were
preparing it but what we’d like to do
now is just use our six-inch boning and
filet knife here from the outdoor edge
butcher light to go ahead and finish
trimming off any leftover seeing you
that we missed in the initial
preparation of this meat this thin
bladed 6 inch boning and fillet knife
from outdoor edge just works perfect for
this detailed trimming now that we have
our loins all trimmed up we’re going to
use this Western slicer to finish
preparing our steaks now a good tip for
you is anytime that you’re working with
any piece of stainless steel equipment
and a meat product you’re gonna have me
stick into that stainless steel surface
so a great thing to use is this food
grade silicone spray here from Wesson
spray it on the surface of the equipment
and it’ll make cleanup a breeze now
we’ll set the depth of our slicer to
about a quarter of an inch we’ll take
our loin place it right up here in our
slicer use the guard to press it down
nice and firm turn our slicer on and now
we have perfect strips Brazeau every
time using our Western slicer now that
we have our meat all sliced we’ll be
using a variety of different high
mountain steak and rub mixes to season
our steaks we have garlic pepper rub
will be using western style steak rub
and my personal favorite Western sizzler
Cajun campfire well just lay our Brazil
steaks out here on our cutting board and
we’ll just apply seasoning to both sides
of the steak flip it over put a little
on the other side we go we can shake off
any excess we can prepare a couple
steaks with our Western sizzler steak
rub has dice pieces of pepper and
chopped onion and for our final three
steaks will use some Cajun campfire now
that we have our steaks completely
seasoning we’re ready
homemade stuffing take our stuffing and
press it down right across the top of
our steak want to completely fill that
steak if we have any extra that’s
hanging over the edges we can simply cut
it off with our knife now we’ll just
roll it up and we’ll take a bamboo
skewer stick right through the center of
it just to hold it in place we can lay
it down take our outdoor edge knife and
just square it up on the ends just like
that and there is a beautiful stuff
Brazil steak ready to take to the
bradley smoker all right now we’ve taken
our stuffed steak put it into an oven
bag placed it on the racks and set it
into Bradley smoker now those oven bags
are a really good way to keep those wild
game meats nice and moist what the oven
bag essentially does is traps all that
moisture from that wild game meat inside
the bag so it actually sets there and
base in its own juices now we’ve put a
couple holes in the top of that oven bag
to allow some of that smoke from the
Bradley smoker to penetrate in there and
get that nice smoke flavor onto our
stuff steak that’s the great feature
about the Bradley smoker is I can turn
the smoke generator on and off any time
I choose and I can control the smoke
generator separately from the heat
inside the cabinet as you can obviously
tell here at my house we use our Bradley
smoker just like a second oven and the
great part about it is with the smoke
generator I can apply that good smoke
flavor
anytime I choose now we’ll leave this in
the smoke house at about 250 degrees for
two hours then we’ll come back check it
with a fork just like you would any
other roads and when it begins to flake
apart we’ll know that our stuff steak is
ready to serve
always remember processing your own wild
game animals is healthy fun easy and
very rewarding if you have the tools and
the knowledge to do the job

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Author: Emily Howard

I have about 300 different recipes in my collection, and I try to look for new tastes every week. I love to learn dishes from around the world and pamper my big family with a signature Italian cheese pie and my favorite Ukrainian borsch.