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post #1 of 15
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These make an awesome roast beef dinner!:biggrin:

 

Rubbed with SPOG and wrapped in plastic overnight

 

Made up some of chefJJ's au jus

 

Beef and au jus into the MES @200 with some hickory pellets in the AMNPS

 

After 2hrs beef was almost ready so I took the au jus in and simmered it with red wine

 

Beef was at 120F, put a sear on all sides

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Wrapped in foil to rest

 

Sliced! Final temp was 132F

 

Served with some mushrooms and horseradish, mmmmm.

 

 

Rest assured there will be some amazing sandwiches made tomorrow

post #2 of 15
Looks great. I just seen a sale on eye of rounds but didn't get any.

Maybe I will go back tomorrow.

Looking forward to the sammie pics.
post #3 of 15

Looks great, nice job.

 

Points!

post #4 of 15
Awesome, looks great ! icon14.gif
post #5 of 15

I like the horse raddish accompaniment. Horse raddish just wakes up beef! Oysters too!

 

Great looking plate.

post #6 of 15
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Originally Posted by c farmer View Post

Looks great. I just seen a sale on eye of rounds but didn't get any.

Maybe I will go back tomorrow.

Looking forward to the sammie pics.

 

I would highly recommend you do! :biggrin:

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Looks great, nice job.

 

Points!

 

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Awesome, looks great ! icon14.gif

 

Thanks guys!

 

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Originally Posted by Foamheart View Post
 

I like the horse raddish accompaniment. Horse raddish just wakes up beef! Oysters too!

 

Great looking plate.

 

I know! Love the stuff. Beef dip with horseradish and sauteed onions tomorrow, gonna be good:drool

post #7 of 15

Oh yeah. I do a french dip with au jus, and I put grilled bell peppers onions mushrooms and provolone cheese. I call it a cheese steak, most folks in La. don't get many real cheese steaks so it works...>LOL

post #8 of 15

B91, looks tasty,nice smoke !

post #9 of 15

Awesome looking meal!

 

POINTS!

 

Al

post #10 of 15

That looks great! still have to to try chef JJ's au jus.  POINTS!!  I agree with foam, Horseradish and beef make a great combo.  Slice up those leftovers (if there are any) and make pit beef sandwiches with tiger sauce (horseradish mayo)!

post #11 of 15

Brandon that meat is cooked perfectly I like my sandwich with Horse Radish Potato Salad. points

Richie

post #12 of 15

If this meal tastes half as good as it looks it is a masterpiece!

 

Kudos and points!

 

Disco

post #13 of 15
Thread Starter 

Leftovers tonight!

 

post #14 of 15
Great looking meal and sandwee! Can't go wrong with JJ's Au Jus!
post #15 of 15
Really looks great! I smoke eye of round but often go for just a three pounder or so for my wife and I. For the rub I use a basic Memphis base with ancho chili powder, onion powder annd granulated garlic powder. Also freshly ground Tellicherry and yellow mustard seed, and a bit of arrow root. I sit it overnight. Smoke at 225 over hickory or cherry until 125 and I don't sear because it's for sandwiches after resting. I have to search for that au jus, looked awesome. Love what you did. Going to try the roast beef dinner soon as you did.

Btw, I use that rub with chuck roast too, but like you did I sear that afterwards on the grill. Have put that out at BBQs and it goes over great as a beef dinner. Of course, a lot of rubs will work fine. The beauty of these cheap cuts is not just the price but how intense the beef flavor us. They'll stay cheap as long as most people keep cooking them into dry leather :) thanks for your post!
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