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Chuckie and Some Spares (Q-View)

post #1 of 9
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Found a 3.88 pound chuck roast and some spare ribs from a BOGO a while back in my chest freezer and decided that's what we would eat this week.

 

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First the chuckie prep. Made my brisket rub for this.

 

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Ready for some smoke.

 

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About a 6.5 pound slab.

 

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Did the ribs with my Not-A-Hot-and-Spicy Rib Rub (Variations on a Memphis Rub).

 

½ cup brown sugar

1 tsp sea salt
1 ½ Tablespoon paprika
1 ½ teaspoons ground black pepper
2 Tablespoons onion powder
1 Tablespoon garlic powder
1 ½ teaspoons mustard powder
½ teaspoon ground cumin

½ teaspoon chili powder

Big Pinch of Cayenne pepper

 

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Mixed up the rub in the mini Quisinart. Made short work of that.

 

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Then gave my ribs a rubbin'.

 

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Today's Wood. Hickory.

 

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Get the charcoal going. RO Lump.

 

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Time to load the meat.

 

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The foil up top has some of the loose flaps and trimmings from the ribs with rub on them. I'll throw some of them in the beans later.

 

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TBS

 

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Threw on some beans after a while. Foiled the chuckies and closed up the little pork bits.

 

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Just some doctored Bourbon and BS Grillin Beans.

 

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Mmmm. Smoked pork scraps.

 

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The Ribs.

 

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Chuckie.

 

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Ooops. Wrong one. Here he is. Pulled at 195.

 

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In Tandem.

 

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Slice after resting wrapped for an hour.

 

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A little Bearview.

 

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A big Bearview.

 

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And Finally. The Plate.

 

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Thanks for Watching.

post #2 of 9

Oh Boy Scott, they both look like winners!

 

I love the bark & they both look tender & juicy!

 

Awesome job & great Q-view!

post #3 of 9

Looks good! Nice job!

post #4 of 9
Beautiful job on both, color looks great. By the way I like the handle on what I presume is the pepper grinder, good old fashion ingenuity at its best. Gary
post #5 of 9

Double Awesome, Scott!!!!

BearViews are Perfect!

 

What a Plate Too!!!!!!!!!!!

 

You should be ashamed, flashing food like that in front of a hungry Bear!!!!  

 

 

Bear

post #6 of 9

Fabulous plate Scott!!

 

 

   Craig

post #7 of 9
Thread Starter 

Thank you all. Y'all are too nice. I didn't foil the ribs at all. 8 hrs straight on them. SBR for the last hour. I was gonna grill them at the end but my grates on the grill side were filthy.They were really good though. I froze a pound of the chuck to make some of Al's chili with sometime. The handle on the pepper grinder. Well that's kind of a sore subject. My MIL knocked it off the counter and broke it. Then didn't say anything about it until I went to use it. I was pissed. I carry the broken one with me. Hopefully I will get to a shop sometime that can whip me up a new one. The cordless drill works well on it too. AR15firing.gif

post #8 of 9

looks great scott..... I like the bark.... nice dark color......Thanks for the qveiw....love me some pictures........icon14.gif

 

Joe

post #9 of 9

Fabulous bark ...and so juicy ...Thanks for the Views

JC1947

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