We recently had a substantial amount of local beef delivered to our home. One of my colleagues owns a beef ranch and I decided to try the product that so many often rave about. The delivery came with a selection of cuts including various roasts, steaks, and ground beef. As I looked at all of the individually wrapped beef packages, I was reminded of a recipe that I first spotted in a community cookbook that I’m fond of. It’s an ole’ time recipe for homemade beef salami and the ingredients are few and common. I substituted Lawry’s seasoning salt for the “tender quick salt” just because I didn’t have any on hand. The beef salami turned out just fine.
As the holiday weekend approaches, I thought this might be a fun recipe to try as I’m often assembling plates of appetizers when friends stop by and the kids open the fridge constantly looking for something to munch on.