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1st Smoke

post #1 of 10
Thread Starter 

Well, tried my first smoke.  Took a 6 LB sirloin tip roast, borrowed a recipe on here and all I can say is wow....Im hooked!  Thanks guys, I will contribute to the forum as I learn.

post #2 of 10

Looks great, Gus!  Nicely done...

 

Red

post #3 of 10

  looks good!  What IT did you smoke to?What kind of wood?  We really do like to know!

 

   Mike

post #4 of 10
Thread Starter 

Smoked IT 165, wife likes it a little more on the done side.  I used Hickory and never let my temp get above 250.

post #5 of 10

Looks good to me Gus!

 

Nice job.

 

Bill

post #6 of 10

  I am new at this too, looks great , how long did it take?

post #7 of 10

Great looking Roast , Gus. Keep on practicing and you'll soon be the envy of the "HOOD".

 

As always ...

post #8 of 10

drool.gif   

That's one good looking roast... Congrats on getting the bug.... As my wife says it is a illness, (for me at least)

 

Look forward to seeing more of your Q!

 

William

post #9 of 10

Nice.  Did you cover it or anything in the smoker?  I have aluminum pans like that but I was considering covering my meat with aluminum foil loosely so that the smoke still gets in but won't dry it out.  ??

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Originally Posted by BSRBBQ View Post

Nice.  Did you cover it or anything in the smoker?  I have aluminum pans like that but I was considering covering my meat with aluminum foil loosely so that the smoke still gets in but won't dry it out.  ??

 

 

No need to cover.  Just smoke low and slow.  For a sirloin tip, I generally pull it at a much lower temp, about 125-130, but then again, I like my roast beef to be on the rare side. 

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