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post #41 of 56

Re: beef clod or shoulder looks interesting

:shock: I think I have smoker envy!!! :oops:
post #42 of 56

Re: beef clod or shoulder looks interesting

Hi Again!


Well! The good news for me is that my butcher does know what a clot is and he can get me one...He is on vacation this week..fishing over on Sebago but when he gets back to his store I will remind him to order me (1) one each Clod; Beef in color! :lol:


Can't wait to try this out! once again a terrific pic you have there Bob-BQN


Also checked out the link back to the "Fat Cap" discussion. I will try that for myself...it sounds like good common sense to me! 8)

Thanks again,

ranger72

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post #43 of 56

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Hope he gets you a good one Ranger! :D Happy smoking.
post #44 of 56

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Bob-BQN



I was just checking out your website!

nice job!


ranger72 :)
post #45 of 56

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Hi Guys,

Time to resurrect this thread. I finally got my beef clod from my butcher pal on special order.

He gave me the option of getting the whole clod or getting two hearts both of which are trimmed out from the whole clod as I understand it.

They each weigh about 9 pounds and each has a fatcap. They are a Choice Cut and look very beautiful. As I stated earlier in this thread I have never heard of such a cut in my 10 years of pit smoking but I think I will be doing these occasionally.

I will be starting my smoke on wednesday evening into the wee hours of thursday with Din-Din at around 6:00pm.

I will provide pics from start to finish and will let you all know what I think after we are done eating!

Can't wait,


regards,

ranger72 :D
post #46 of 56

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Will be waiting with baited breath to hear & see how it goes. :D Good luck.
post #47 of 56

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Bob as usual you have impressed me. I am in envy I wish I had the time to try the smoked clod, but I don't :( .

Ranger Dude, Goodluck with the smoke. I am sure you will do the clod justice.




Joe

"I wouldn't be so paranoid if I didn't think everyone was out to get me"
post #48 of 56

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Bob-BQN

Thanks guys!

Don't worry I'll let you know complete with step-by-steps!



JoeD

:lol: Just because you're paranoid doesn't necessarily mean that people Are Not out to get you! :P


ranger72 :lol:

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post #49 of 56
lol .. I needed that
post #50 of 56

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ranger72 sez, "I'm getting my digital camera charged up and I'm putting the rub on the clod.

Pics from start to finish sometime tomorrow!


I theeennnkkk theeesss isss gonna be goood! 8)
post #51 of 56
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Re: beef clod or shoulder looks interesting

I have to say if you get a good cut you will be very happy. Just watch the grains when cut that is one large tip I would give.
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Best of luck to you Ranger.
post #54 of 56

Re: beef clod or shoulder looks interesting

Hi Guys,


I apologize to all for my unbelievable failure in following through with the pics I promised regarding the beef clod.

I failed to do what I said I was going to do and I take full responcibility for it.

I deserve forty lashes with a barbecue mop :oops:


with severe humility :oops:

ranger72 :(
post #55 of 56

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Bob, I have to say I never heard of a Clod before and when looking at your picture I have to say WOW, Now I have a question, Do you sliced it and serve it as a steak or do you pull it the same way as you would a pulled pork or Brisket?

Joe
post #56 of 56

Re: beef clod or shoulder looks interesting

Joe since the clod was so big, and the thickness varied so much from end to end, we actually did several things with it. wink.gif

Some was chopped for sandwiches from the thin end as it was fall apart tender.

Some was sliced for meals from the center area.

And the large end was divided into 2 roasts. We gave one to my BIL & SIL and reheated the other in a crock pot with cream of mushroom soup, sliced mushrooms and onions (the way my wife makes smothered steak).

It was good no matter how it was served. :D
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