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Smoking in the rain

post #1 of 9
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I've been wanting to get back on the smoking trail after of few weeks of travels, but it sounded like the weather wasn't going to cooperate.  But where there's a will...stretch a small tarp over the pergola and bingo!  I'm ready to go.

Decided to give Jeff's Chuck Roast Burnt Ends recipe a try.  Rubbed the chuck with a Jeff's rib rub, marinated with Worcestershire, let sit over night and then into the smoker for about 9 hours.  

First 5 hours set at the smoke setting - on my PelletPro that runs about 200 deg and is a timed feed for the pellets rather than by temp.  Then upped the temp to 240 until an IT of 190.  Cut the chuck into cubes, coated with BBQ sauce and back into smoker for about an hour.

Served with some sweet corn and baguette with a 3 cheese garlic spread that I picked up at the farmers market.  Good to be cookin again!

 

Jeff - thanks for the recipe!

BTW - the last photo is the newest member of the family.  Meet Hazel.
 

 

 

 

post #2 of 9

That looks downright delicious! :Looks-Great:

post #3 of 9

Man, that looks delicious!! Those are on my next smoke list.

Thanks for sharing!!

post #4 of 9

That's one good looking plate of food for sure!

 

Al

post #5 of 9

Food looks great and I bet you're not the only one who will grill and/or smoke through rain or shine lol

 

Doesn't rain much in Southern California, but even if it does, I either cook under my garage door or I pull out the trusted EZ-UP

 

No weather will stop me from enjoying my meals!!! =P

post #6 of 9
Howdy there Hazel! That is a fine looking spread there. Points for the rain smoke! Way to adapt and overcome!!
post #7 of 9
Sweet!
post #8 of 9
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Originally Posted by McLoven1t View Post
 

Food looks great and I bet you're not the only one who will grill and/or smoke through rain or shine lol

 

Doesn't rain much in Southern California, but even if it does, I either cook under my garage door or I pull out the trusted EZ-UP

 

No weather will stop me from enjoying my meals!!! =P

 

Yeah, sunshine or rain, snow or sub-zero - I pretty much grill year round in all kinds of weather.  

post #9 of 9

Boy, beautiful beef. I must try this. Thanks for the post.

 

Points

 

Disco

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