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Chuckie in the Smoker with Q-view

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My lovely wife unearthed a chuck roast from the bottom of the freezer (from a beef critter we bought a few years back).  There's something to be said for professional wrapping -- that roast was still in good condition! 

 

After thawing, I seasoned with Montreal, pepper and garlic powder.  Ain't she a beauty?!!

 

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Got it in the smoker after getting the 2 pork shoulders in first thing this morning.  I placed the chuck roast under the pork so the shoulders would baste the chuck through the smoke.

 

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Also had some chicken thighs in for tonight's dinner.  Ran the smoker around 240* most of the day, smoking everything with hickory chips.  I foiled the chuck roast when it hit 170* (around the 6-7 hour mark) and took it to 195* in the foil (for a total of about 9.5 - 10 hours).  The bone came right out clean as a whistle (and boy was the dog thankful!).  Poor guy has been smelling this stuff ALL day without so much as an "oops" bonus!

 

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Here's the roast, minus the bone.

 

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And the money shot...

 

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Nice smoke ring and great flavor (had to sample it, don't ya know PDT_Armataz_01_25.gif).  Should be fantastic in our sammies tomorrow!

 

Look for my PP post (probably tomorrow) on those shoulders.  They finally just came out and are now napping in the cooler.  I can't decide whether to wait up an hour to pull them or do it first thing in the morning.

 

Thanks for checking out this segment (Part II of my three part holiday weekend series) of today's smoking adventure.  thumb1.gif  Have a great 4th!  usa.gif

post #2 of 13

Looks delicious James. Nice smoke ring!

post #3 of 13

James it looks imagesCA8B4LN3.jpg thank for the Qview  

next time leave some meat on the bones for this cute dogy

post #4 of 13

That looks great, I love a good chuckie

post #5 of 13

Man it all looks great, your pup looks pretty happy also. icon14.gif

post #6 of 13

James that chuckie looks great...Fantastic smoke ring!!! It's been too long since i smoked a chuckie...i'll change that real soon!!!drool.gif

Great looking helper...i bet he was glad that chuckie was done.

post #7 of 13

Got one on myself right now. Good deal.

post #8 of 13

Very nice James,

Awesome smoke ring thumb1.gif

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post #9 of 13

Nice Job James...  Looks Great...

post #10 of 13

Great Job James.  Are the bones safe for the dog?  Never thought of giving our dog the smoked bone out of fear of splintering or whatever reason they say not to give bones to dogs.

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Originally Posted by WhtPlainsSmoker View Post

Great Job James.  Are the bones safe for the dog?  Never thought of giving our dog the smoked bone out of fear of splintering or whatever reason they say not to give bones to dogs.


Our little guy can barely figure out how to manage gnawing on it. PDT_Armataz_01_21.gif  So there is no way he has the strength to splinter it.  A bigger dog might have a problem.

 

post #12 of 13

Yummie!!

 

Looks great!!

 

  Craig

post #13 of 13

Nice ring! 

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