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Decided to try a picanha on the rotisserie and it came out delicious! A little salt, pepper and garlic over indirect hot coals until done. I also made a homemade Chimichurri sauce to drizzle on top, wow!

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Looks delicious...

and, of course I had to look it up:


Picanha is a cut of beef first made popular in Brazil, and later adopted in Portugal.

In the United States, the cut is little known and often named top sirloin cap, rump cover, rump cap, or culotte (french). Instead, North American butchers generally divide this cut into other cuts like the rump, the round, and the loin.[1] It consists of the biceps femoris muscle and its fat cap.[2] In recent years the cut has become popular in most of Latin America and has gained a reputation as a tasty meat in the barbecue culture.
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Looks delicious. I've never cooked it but have had it in restnts before. Good stuff.

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looks good! where do i go kill sum dem Chimichurri ?

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Looks great. Where did you find it?

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gillhunter wrote: 08 Aug 2022, 15:38 Looks great. Where did you find it?
Restaurant Depot has them.
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