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Spoon Roast Sunday!!!

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Picked up a 2.5 lb. spoon roast from our local Festival Foods. I knew I wanted to just use SPOG, but I thought I'd try something a little different. I had some lemon infused olive oil I thought might be a nice addition. This stuff was from a local oilery here in WI. It's usually used for bread dipping..and it is so good! It has quite potent lemon flavor which I thought might be a good addition to the smoke. I'm using apple wood for the chunks.

Has anyone ever used anything like this? It probable won't have an impact on flavor, but i figured it couldn't hurt right? it sure smelled like citrus as i took it out of the plastic wrap! And here's a picture of the side dish, taters, peppers, onions, garlic salt, pepper, butter...yum!

 

post #2 of 20

Wow, that looks great. I'll be watching for further Qview!

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Disco

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Originally Posted by Disco View Post

Wow, that looks great. I'll be watching for further Qview!

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Disco

 

 

Thanks!

 

I think I'm going to bring it to a int. temp of 138 then let it rest. I like a good med. rare, so we will see. I searched and could only find a few threads about spoon roasts, guess it's probable similar to other roasts. More pics to come! grilling_smilie.gif

post #4 of 20

That sounds like it will be great!110.gif

Happy smoken.

David

post #5 of 20
Spoon roast must be a WI thing? I have done a few of them but nobody on here (besides us sconnnies) knew what they were!
post #6 of 20
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Alright, Q- view coming up! This was truly a delicious meal! Everything turned out fantastic! It came out very moist and juicy.

 

In smoker til temp of 138 degrees was reached. Let rest for 1 hour until taters were done, dinner was served! Not shown was the Texas toast, as I ate that first

 

Enjoy!

 

post #7 of 20

To quote my French Canadian friends, c'est magnifique! Great job!

 

Disco

post #8 of 20
Yummmm....beats my italian sausage tonight!

Kat
post #9 of 20

That looks good. How did the lemon infused oil work out for you? I have only used it as a finishing or salad oil. Never cooked with it.

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Originally Posted by jarjarchef View Post

That looks good. How did the lemon infused oil work out for you? I have only used it as a finishing or salad oil. Never cooked with it.

The lemon fused oil was a great addition! All throughout the smoke I could smell a subtle citrus smell. And the flavor on it was great as well, not overpowering, but you could definitely taste it. Highly recommended!
post #11 of 20

Looks great!

David

post #12 of 20

That sure looks great along with the nice sides.  Being a vintage butcher [retired] and not knowing what a spoon roast was [here in Minnesota] it looks to me like a beef boneless arm roast. i do like to guess cuts at times for it sharpens my memories. Been retired since 2007.  Realy nice job on that meat. Reinhard

post #13 of 20
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Thanks for the compliments all!

The bad part about having a meal turn out great is you can't wait to make another one! My life is starting to revolve around the smokes! Lol! "...Sorry honey, I can't do that thing you wanted to do...I have to tend to the meat!"
post #14 of 20

I will have to try it some time. I did try to add orange zest to my rib rub once at home. It did not go over well. I think I would have been received better if i yelled BOMB!!!!! They still give me a hard time about it. I will try the lemon oil. 

post #15 of 20

Looks great!!! I had to look up "spoon roast" and found it's a sirloin roast. 

post #16 of 20
I guess it is just in Wisconsin. I'm originally from Minnesota, the home of the not so great Vikings...this year maybe. I've not heard of a spoon roast. What else is it called?
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I guess it is just in Wisconsin. I'm originally from Minnesota, the home of the not so great Vikings...this year maybe. I've not heard of a spoon roast. What else is it called?

I googled it and found it's a sirloin

post #18 of 20
Top sirloin butt and top butt are a few different names that it is called by
post #19 of 20
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It's time for another installment of Spoon Roast Sunday!

 

This time I picked up a burgundy pepper marinated spoon roast. Not knowing how to leave well enough alone, I covered it in all of the ingredients you see in picture 2 and it smells amazing! In the smoker at 3:00, stay tuned for Q-View!

 

 

post #20 of 20

Well Sunday is over ..where's the rest of the story and qview Jkarisny?

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