smoked meat

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smoked meat (countable and uncountable, plural smoked meats)

  1. Any meat that is cured by smoking.
  2. (uncountable, Canada) A salt-cured, spiced, smoked beef brisket, similar to pastrami, developed in Montreal from Eastern European Yiddish Jewish traditions. Traditionally, this is made from a brisket cut, though derivatives may use other cuts.

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A smoked meat sandwich platter, of a sandwich with traditional sides of french fries, coleslaw, and pickle (picked cucumber); the traditional accompaniment of black cherry cola is not visible

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From English smoked meat

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smoked meat m (plural smoked meat)

  1. (Quebec) Montreal-style smoked meat (a spiced salt and smoke cured meat made from a brisket cut of beef)
  2. A sandwich made with sliced smoked meat on rye bread with mustard.

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