How to Make Deli-Style Roast Beef From a Whole Beef Leg — Prime Time

The Meat Hook Butchers Ben Turley and Brent Young have previously made deli-style classics like ham, bologna, and even the New Jersey specialty Taylor Ham. Now they’re trying their hand at another sliced meat: roast beef. The two break down a whole beef leg to get the best cut from the bottom round, cure the meat for two days, cook it low and slow for three hours, and make roast beef sandwiches.

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