Whenever I have to use "shaved" meat, it looks like someone already chewed on it. It's absolutely impossible to get individual slices off. You may as well get it shredded. Even "thin sliced" is annoying to deal with - still nearly impossible to get an actual slice without it tearing into shreds as you peel it off.
Cooked, sliced meats, also known as deli, lunch meats or cold cuts, are a boon to brown baggers looking for simple fillings for sandwiches, and easy-to-serve choices for parties and family gatherings. Basically, they're just slices of sausages in one form or the other.
Corned beef can also be made from the beef round primal cut. Both the round and the brisket are relatively tough cuts of meat that are best cooked by slow, moist-heat cooking. A good corned beef is quite tender with a delicious salty flavor. The brine for making corned beef is similar to the brine used for making pickles.
Dutch loaf (also called old-fashioned loaf, spiced luncheon loaf, and spiced lunch meat) is a luncheon meat made from coarse-ground lean pork and beef mixed or coated with spices, formed into a loaf shape and then smoked over a hardwood fire. It is a popular sandwich filler in America. Most major deli-meat companies make their own variation.
Combine the Genoa and sopressata salami, provolone, mozzarella, tomatoes, and artichokes in a bowl. Slice the roasted red peppers and add them to the bowl, along with about 3 tablespoons of their juice. Mix in the chopped olives. Drizzle olive oil over the entire dish, followed by the red wine vinegar and black pepper.