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post #41 of 51
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It went directly in the oven. Then leave until meat pulls easilly & liquids have evaporated. If you have no more liquids in the pan & the beef is still not ready, add a bit more beer.

post #42 of 51

You mean I have to save some of the beer???? pepsi.gif

post #43 of 51
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LOL! I know it's hard, but it might be wise. If you're like me & the beer is long gone by now, you can use some beef broth or whatever.

post #44 of 51
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You mean I have to save some of the beer???? pepsi.gif



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post #45 of 51

Gros Cochon...could this be done with a brisket flat also?

post #46 of 51

Made some of this today to shake things up a bit and it turned out great. Thanks for the recipe!

post #47 of 51

Definatly going to try this.

post #48 of 51

just picked up a nice chuck sunday, definately going to give this a try! nice.

post #49 of 51
post #50 of 51

Here we are, over a year later, I am going to do this one tomorrow.

 

I've got the camera out, so I should be able to get some pics!

 

My first chucky!

post #51 of 51

mouth is watering! holy cow. ganna have to try that out

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