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7 bone chuckie

post #1 of 9
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I was browsing the meat department when I ran across this 7 bone chuck.DSCF0436.JPG

 

I was a bit disappointed when I opened it. Thought I had bought a 1 piece roast. DSCF0438.JPG

 

Rubbed them down with olive oil and and McCormick Sweet & Smoky.

 

 

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post #2 of 9
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Wrapped and refrigerated for about 24 hours.  Then set on the smoker at 225 ish with a bit of apple wood smoke

 

 

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Remove from the heat with the temp around 200 after 9 hours. pulled and had a great burrito night at the house.

Served with a bit of fried yucca.

 

post #3 of 9
Amazing. Looks great. Nice smoke ring too! I am doing my first Chuckie tomorrow. Can't wait---hopefully my results are similar to yours!
post #4 of 9

Ya got a piece of the blade there.  I bet it wasn't bad, huh?

 

Good luck and good smoking.

post #5 of 9

Looking great, never had fried yucca or any yucca. How do you prep that? 

post #6 of 9

It looks great, can i have a piece ? images.jpg

post #7 of 9

Nice looking plate. Looks delicious!

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Originally Posted by meateater View Post

Looking great, never had fried yucca or any yucca. How do you prep that? 

 

We buy it in a can. Drain the liquid it is packed in. Pat dry. Cut into appropriate size pieces. (cut with the grain) Toss them into a deep fryer until they are golden brown. Salt to taste.
 

 

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Nice looking spread  thumb1.gif

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Thanks for sharing

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