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    #22
    Quote Originally Posted by JHenry View Post
    Ahhh yeah Top Round. They advertise on the sports radio I listen to I just could not think of the name. Ill have to give them a whirl when I find a reason to get over that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Royjulius View Post
    I would try injecting a roast with an au jus type marinade and slow cooking it and slicing it thin. Prolly be better!
    Yeah, the heck with Arby's, your efforts will eventually surpass their glued up stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billnorman1 View Post
    Yeah, the heck with Arby's, your efforts will eventually surpass their glued up stuff.
    What you said Bill! Not making it up

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    #25
    My late dad always said about Arby's roast beef , if you slice any meat thin enough it can be eaten.

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    #26
    I was in the back of an Arby's a few weeks ago inspecting they're grease trap and saw them slicing it on a meat slicer.
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    Not sure what itís made of, but I had two Of the new bacon cheddar roast beefs from there and they were rather tasty. Lol

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