Peameal on a bun

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2013/10/17 17:16:33 (permalink)

Peameal on a bun

I 'd like to hear from anyone who has served this up at their stand and any
suggestions they may have regarding toppings etc. Starting in the spring I'm opening
a sausage stand and part of my target group are early morning fisherman.  I'm hoping
coffee and a good ole peameal sandwich might be the ticket.  Any suggestions welcomed!
 
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    edwmax
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    Re:Peameal on a bun 2013/10/17 18:05:27 (permalink)
     .... what is peameal ???  ...
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    Re:Peameal on a bun 2013/10/17 18:39:39 (permalink)
    It's what we call Canadian Bacon.
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    Re:Peameal on a bun 2013/10/17 18:40:46 (permalink)
    Peameal Bacon is made from boneless pork loin - it's a lean piece of meat.  It is then pickled cured and rolled in a golden cornmeal coating. You can slice it and BBQ it or fry it up - you can even roast the whole thing.  It is quite popular and traditional in Canada especially for
    breakfast.
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    Re:Peameal on a bun 2013/10/17 18:59:12 (permalink)
    Oh ... fried breaded pork loin sandwich ... ...
     

    post edited by edwmax - 2013/10/17 19:00:39
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    Re:Peameal on a bun 2013/10/17 19:57:07 (permalink)
    Wow!  That's a big slab of meat. 
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    Re:Peameal on a bun 2013/10/17 19:57:31 (permalink)
    Nope.
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    Re:Peameal on a bun 2013/10/17 20:06:35 (permalink)
    It is a great way to start a COLD morning of fishing
     
    Add an egg and a slice of cheese and yummmmmm
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    Re:Peameal on a bun 2013/10/17 20:10:40 (permalink)
    wetfootwilly

    Wow!  That's a big slab of meat. 

     
    That is a typical Breaded Pork Tenderloin sandwich here in the midwest US.
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    Re:Peameal on a bun 2013/10/17 20:52:05 (permalink)
      @ CajunKing    ...   ...
     
    I'm sorry wetfootwilly   .... may be some of our more northern Roadfood members can help.   I just never heard of 'peameal'   and I couldn't help it after you described it.   I think 'peameal' might be a little more regional type of food.    ... Good Luck  with your cart ...
    post edited by edwmax - 2013/10/17 20:55:10
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    Re:Peameal on a bun 2013/10/17 21:03:46 (permalink)
    Also can be called english bacon, some think its just ham in a different shape.  Depending on how much fat you leave on the cured slices, it can be almost like a ham sandwich.  We make a traditional which is just cured and coated with pea meal, but the most popular is a hot smoked version, with no peameal, closer to english bacon than canadian bacon.  The fattier loin cuts are best fried, but as its fully cooked, the smoked version makes a nice cold sandwich also.  Also smoking gives you that streaky bacon taste, without so much fat.  There's a lot of ways to call this cut, but all are cured.  I know some of our customers use it for english bacon sandwiches rather than streaky bacon.
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    Re:Peameal on a bun 2013/10/17 21:07:19 (permalink)
    OK, I've seen this stuff before. Didn't know what it was...http://www.ifood.tv/blog/how-to-make-peameal-bacon
    CajunKing, you mean White Lake in Ontario? My parents almost killed me on that lake when I was about 5-6 yrs. old.
     
     
    post edited by Tristan225 - 2013/10/17 21:10:38
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    Re:Peameal on a bun 2013/10/17 21:33:19 (permalink)
    Some of our 'Soul Food' places does a Smoked Pork chop sandwich.    It is usual brined (pickled to some); then lightly smoke; and grille before serving.

      ... the smoked chop or loin
      ... the sandwich ...  the only thing missing is the peameal (cornmeal) coating.
     
     
    post edited by edwmax - 2013/10/17 21:58:11
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    Re:Peameal on a bun 2013/10/17 21:59:47 (permalink)
    Pork loin chop, bone in, or out, cured and perhaps smoked in German is Kasseler.  We sell them as country pork chops here also.  Great on a bed of sauerkraut and braised in the oven, with some spaetzle and hot german mustard on the side.
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    Re:Peameal on a bun 2013/10/17 22:44:55 (permalink)
    ... ...
      ... may be one day I can get back to Bangkok for a visit  ... I spent a whole week there in 1982 ...
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    Re:Peameal on a bun 2013/10/18 08:04:11 (permalink)
    Isn't Bhopal the place where the chemical plant exploded back in the mid-80's, killing 1,000+ residents?  Hardly a tourist destination, regardless of the quality of their hotels. 
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    Re:Peameal on a bun 2013/10/18 18:28:31 (permalink)
    Tristan225

    OK, I've seen this stuff before. Didn't know what it was...http://www.ifood.tv/blog/how-to-make-peameal-bacon
    CajunKing, you mean White Lake in Ontario? My parents almost killed me on that lake when I was about 5-6 yrs. old.

     
    Tristan - Yes, THAT White Lake (A long story, but from your comment, you already know the jist of the story)
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    Re:Peameal on a bun 2013/10/18 18:30:29 (permalink)
    MetroplexJim

    Isn't Bhopal the place where the chemical plant exploded back in the mid-80's, killing 1,000+ residents?  Hardly a tourist destination, regardless of the quality of their hotels. 

     
    That is why the keep spamming the site, to get the tourists back
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