Made from leftover Prime Rib.
I love French Dip/Beef Dip Sandwiches.
But the beef has to be sliced very, very thin.
The only way to get beef this thin is to
bring out the “Machine”.
I have had this commercial slicer for going on 20 years.
Bought when we lived in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario.
It was bought for one task – to slice paper thin slices
of the best homemade Italian Salami I have ever tasted.
Rick’s homemade Salami was worthy of having it’s own machine.
Because it is a pain to clean, I only pull it out when only it will do.
Sandwiches served with Au Jus and homemade fries.
4 Comments Add yours
Jacques loves his slicer so much he brings it to Fl:-) with his prosciutto:-) Looks delish Ann..
I had my first beef dip when I moved to Alberta. Every restaurant had it on the menu. It is comfort food epitomized.
Oh, how wonderful it would be to have a slicer! French Dips are heavenly! I just made French Dip sandwiches with our leftover tenderloin…I may need to cook another just to have sandwiches!
I had leftover prime rib as well and also made French Dip sandwiches. I still had more meat left so I used it in a Mexican meal of tacos–really special and wonderful!