Definition of Rump roast
1. Noun. A cut of beef or veal from the fleshy hindquarters of the animal.
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Literary usage of Rump roast
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1. Food Products by Henry Clapp Sherman (1914)
"Round steaks contained 74 to 84 per cent lean, the rump roast 49 per cent, round pot roast 85 ... The maximum percentage of fat was found in the rump roast, ..."
2. Bulletins of the Agricultural Experiment Station: University of Illinois by Agricultural Experiment Station (1909)
"Round steaks contained 74 to 84 percent lean; the rump roast, 49 percent; round pot roast, ... The maximum percentage of fat was found in the rump roast, ..."
3. Consolidated Library of Modern Cooking and Household Recipes by Christine Terhune Herrick (1904)
"If the roast is thin such as ribs, it will require a less time than a compact rump roast, and a large rump roast will take a relatively longer time than ..."
4. The Practical Hotel Steward by John Tellman (1913)
"Round steaks contained 74 to 84 per ctnt lean, the rump roast 49 per cent, round pot roast 85 ... The maximum percentage of fat was found in the rump roast, ..."
5. Mrs. Wilson's Cook Book: A Complete Collection of Original Recipes and by Mary Elizabeth Lyles Wilson (1914)
"Baste often. Serve with Irish potato strips around roast, which can be cooked in oven with roast. rump roast. Select nice rump roast. Wipe with damp cloth. ..."
6. Everyday Arithmetic: Book One-three by Franklin Sherman Hoyt, Harriet E. Peet (1915)
"How much more must be paid for a rib roast weighing 5J Ib. at — a pound than for a rump roast weighing the same at — a pound? 10. ..."
7. Cyclopedia of American Agriculture: A Popular Survey of Agricultural by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1908)
"... loin: porterhouse, sirloin and tenderloin steak, choice roasts; rump: roast, corned- beef; round: steak, roast, dried beef, pot-roast. outside up. ..."