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can a rump roast be considered roast beef?

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I'm planning on smoking a rump roast friday and my goal is to use the meat for french dips. My question is what cut is considered roast beef and will the rump roast work. The other question is ive never smoked just a roast. Do i inject it and treat it like a brisket? Temp? Thanks fellow smokers!!
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That is a pretty lean piece of meat there. Might dry it out in the smoker .http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/120963/smoked-rump-roast-it-came-out-mmmmmmm this looks like a pretty good rump roast thread. the search bar at the top of the page is great! I just typed in rump roast and there were a ton of threads there.

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Hello beano.  I would just use salt and pepper.  For a French dip it's all about the Jus. Chef Jimmy and Bearcarver have done the hard work for me here.   Follow Bearcarvers "how to " for prime rib and Chef JJ's Aus Jus and you should be well pleased.  Rump isn't as tender but sliced thinly for a sammy will help with that.  Keep Smokin!

Danny

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