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Ribs and a roast

post #1 of 6
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Here we go again. I got some spare ribs on and also doing a sirloin tip roast. I used my normal rub ( Jeffs recipe with a few minor adjustments) on the ribs. Also I marinated the roast in some worstecershire sauce, vinegar and other various spices.
Ive never done the roast so I'm a little anxious to see how it turns out.
Ribs will be done 3-2-1 method. Cant wait till later to gooble em up.
Q-view shall follow.
Have a great day and smoke it if you got it.
Also I hope everyone in the Midwest is safe from the floods and the outrageous weather thats been happening. I'm in MN and we've been pretty fortunate.
post #2 of 6
That roast should come out nice and tender, and juicy too. Let us know what temps you used, and the type of wood too.
post #3 of 6
Definitley keep us in the loop on that one! My wife wants me to rub a roast with mexican spices for enchilladas/tacos.
post #4 of 6
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I'm goin with hickory with a little apple and maple mixed in for good measure. I've been around 230-250 so far. Been on for about an hour so I've got a ways to go. I think I'm going to pull the beef for tacos.
Not to sure on when to foil it, but I'll find out soon enough I guess!
I'm going to use "Cajun Power" and a beer with some of the rub for mopping and such , so it will have a nice kick to it.
post #5 of 6
Sounds great looking forward to the Qview
post #6 of 6
Anyone know if you can get a sirloin tip roast to "pull" like port or brisket?
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