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Bone In Butt With Secret Rub

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My wife and I decided to have little party Saturday night.  So I of course volunteered to do the cooking.  Well the meat anyway.  Everyone who came brought sides.  Let's get to it.

 

I did a 7.5lb bone in butt, a 2.5lb bottom round beef roast (that is for me to slice later today for sandwiches this week), 8lbs of chicken quarters, and 2 cans of SPAM.  I'll post the other stuff in their appropriate forums and edit this later and add those links in for anyone interestd.

Here's the haul Friday night getting ready to get started.

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Took out the butt, rinsed it off, patted dry, and rubbed it down with some plain yellow mustard.
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This summer I had the pleasure of getting to hang out with SMF member Bill from MN a few times since he was in Des Moines doing some work.  One night we hit Smokey D's BBQ.  That's the group that won the BBQ Pitmasters show on TLC.  Hands down the best ribs I've ever had.  The owners are really nice people and spent quite a bit of time talking with Bill and I about BBQ.  After a while we talked them into giving us some of their rub.  This is what I used on the butt this go around.  The picture made it look lighter that it really is.

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Butt got a heavy rub down with the secret stuff.  We had to promise not to tell what it was. 

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Wrapped in Saran Wrap then foil then off to bed for the night.

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Got started about 7:30 in the am.  It was freaking cold out.  I think it was about 8 degrees out when I started.  Better get bundled up.
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I tried a new charcoal.  It was pretty good.  Got a lot of ashes, but it rocked on temps and time all day long.
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Got out the WSM and set-up a Minion Method with Apple and Cherry wood chunks.  While firing up a chimney of lump.
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Here's the butt going on with the beef roast.
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The Weber held steady at 230 all day long in the cold weather.
Here we are a couple of hours later when I did a temp check on the roast
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Here's about 6 hours later when I was putting the chicken in.
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Apparently I failed to take and finished pics.  But I also forgot to mention that I (for the first time ever I might add) tried my hand and making some bread from scratch.  It was a two day process but mighty tasty.  The one on the left is a cheddar-onion, the other is plain. 
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The wives must've liked everything.  They had big smiles.  Or maybe that was the alcohol. ry%3D400
 
 

 Here's the link to the chicken quarters

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/forum/thread/102404/a-batch-of-chicken-quarters#post_581982

and here's the roast beef

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/forum/thread/102410/bottom-roast-made-into-deli-sliced-roast-beef#post_582022


Edited by The Dude Abides - 1/9/11 at 2:44pm
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Great smoke Dude, the food looks great and it also looks like everyone had a good time.

I love the bread, nice job my friend  beercheer.gif

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Looks great Jay. The temps must not have dropped on ya too bad while we were chatting . The bread looks mighty tasty .  Where did you find all those pretty ladies

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Looks great Jay. The temps must not have dropped on ya too bad while we were chatting . The bread looks mighty tasty .  Where did you find all those pretty ladies



 I stirred the coals around and they popped right back up.  I was pretty happy with the bread.  Everyone else said it was great.  Now about those ladies...mine is in the middle.  I married a little out of my league.  Usually I introduce her as the girl had to marry me because she lost a bet.  icon_mrgreen.gif

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Looks great! Love the bread too
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Hey Dude can I come over and play. It looks like you are about neck deep in females so ...........What do ya think?????? Oh yea thats one good looking butt something has there.

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Originally Posted by Scarbelly View Post

Looks great Jay. The temps must not have dropped on ya too bad while we were chatting . The bread looks mighty tasty .  Where did you find all those pretty ladies



 I stirred the coals around and they popped right back up.  I was pretty happy with the bread.  Everyone else said it was great.  Now about those ladies...mine is in the middle.  I married a little out of my league.  Usually I introduce her as the girl had to marry me because she lost a bet.  icon_mrgreen.gif


ROTF.gif A little out of your league ROTF.gif Oh sorry Jay.  Tell her I feel sorry for her all the time. Love you man and you know that.  Give her a hug for Kathy and me

 
 


Edited by Scarbelly - 1/9/11 at 7:39pm
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Cooking up all that awesome looking food for your family and friends,  well, I think I can guess one reason why she snapped you up!  looks like you're both lucky.

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Everything Looks Awesome Jay...

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Hey Dude can I come over and play. It looks like you are about neck deep in females so ...........What do ya think?????? Oh yea thats one good looking butt something has there.

You bet Mark.  It's a little cold up here for you Florida boys though.

 



 

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Cooking up all that awesome looking food for your family and friends,  well, I think I can guess one reason why she snapped you up!  looks like you're both lucky.

Thanks Barbe.

 

 

 

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Everything Looks Awesome Jay...

Thanks Paul

 

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