Chops is a trusted home cook.
Make has or slice thinly for a decadent sandwich.
oops has=hash. : )
Prime rib makes the best Hash ever.
HalfPint is a trusted home cook.
Warm it up, slice thinly or cut into small chunks and add to a mixed greens salad with some blue cheese.
I would also say hash
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Philly cheese steaks "wit" or "witout" (onions). Don't forget the Cheese Wiz.
Great idea! But I have to add that usually 'wit' refers to onions and bell peppers. Also, provolone is equally acceptable! Put it under the beef so it gets nice and melty (lifelong Philadelphian here)
Another option, french dip sandwiches with au jus and horseradish sauce.
Thai beef salad is a great way to use that up. Nice problem to have.
I make thinly slices pieces w/ arugula in a steak sandwich for the beach.
Meg is a trusted home cook.
Just plain cold roast beef is so delicious that I always just eat it up with a salad on the side and some baguette type bread.
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I love LucyS's suggestion...but you could utilize the remaining leftovers in a beef stew. Cook the basics for a stew first and add the already cooked beef into the stew for the last 20 mins. of cooking adding a ton of fresh herbs of different kinds of course. Delish!
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