What Is a Steamship Round Cut of Beef?

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A steamship round cut of beef is a whole roast consisting of the round, including the top, bottom and eye round. Sometimes the shankmeat and sirloin tip is removed. It is a large cut of meat, very impressive, usually weighing up to 60 pounds.The steamship roast is a favorite of carving stations and buffets.
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1. Preheat the oven to 300 degrees Fahrenheit. Take the meat out of the package and then place it into a roasting pan. 2. Rub the meat with salt and pepper on all sides. Fill the
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Hello Jimmy, and thanks for your question. A steamship round is pretty much the whole rear leg of the animal. Most weigh in at around 50-60 pounds. The only time I've even seen
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The round cut (back hind quarter) from beef steer produces the following: Round Steak Rump Roast Top/Bottom Round Roast Eye Round Roast Tip Steak Ground Beef/Ground Round
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The round is a kind term for the rear end of the carcass.
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