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Round Tip Roast with Q-Views

post #1 of 11
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Well, after reading an article earlier today on this site about someone doing a roast in the smoker, I felt inspired to use a similar approach to a Round Rip Roast, Cap off - USDA Choice that I had aging in the fridge. Closely following instructions to newbies, I got most of the pics posted to photobucket, BUT, I apologise now for the ENORMOUS pictures. I know you like to keep them in the neighborhood of 640x480, however, I must have missed that checkoff square. Enough of the chit chat and on to my first (of many, I hope) Q-Views.

Injected with Yoshida's Original (an old family favorite, also great in stir-fry), Rub with EVOO, spillover Yoshida's and Brother's BBQ Rub (they're out of Denver, killer rub) and light application of CBP. Marinaded for 4 hours.

On the rack for searing. Chamber temp about 325. Gotta get some more temp guages.

Hickory smoke all the way, gently of course, IAW site policy of light smoking technique. Pan underneath to capture those precious drippings has "Better Than Bouillon" Beef Base, Organic, Reduced Sodium (a "demand of my doctor") and thinly sliced Yellow Onions. 1 1/2 hours into smoke.

2 1/2 hours later, 130* on the meat temp. Into double foil with drip pan juice and onions for 20 minutes of "soak" time. Interesting side note, after 20 minutes of soak time, meat temp rose to 135.7*.

SWMBO loves her beef like this and I'm sure not going to argue with her. Came out just right. (As you can see, we like our beef, just on the rare side.) She said this was a keeper. Alright!!!!!icon_smile.gif

And there you are. Thanks to one and all for providing a lot of pointers that allowed me to really sharpen up my technique.

Once again, my apologies for the size of the pictures.

post #2 of 11
Picture size is fine!!!!!! Just dont want to have to scroll over to see all the picture...Now

Thats one awesome looking beef...I was worried at first thinking you were smoking it but notice what you had done...That is awesome man....
post #3 of 11
The scroll KING speaks.......LOL..SCROLL.Patterson is also the dial-up-killer..LMAO...True story..FIOS here..
post #4 of 11
Great pics! Even better looking roast!! I like my beef the same...rare and juciy!

Ya done good!!!
post #5 of 11
Your roast looks great and juicey too. We use them for lunch meat and you cann't beat that for sandwiches. So you did a great job so keep it up and the size is alittle big but I have a 24" monitor and it almost fits.PDT_Armataz_01_34.gif
post #6 of 11
Looks great Dave!
post #7 of 11
Looks great. I've gotta try that. Can't afford to do Prime Rib all the time!
post #8 of 11
Nice Job Dave!!!!
I trust you will be bringing some of that down my way points.gif
post #9 of 11
Nice Job there. Looks great.
post #10 of 11
Thread Starter 
Sorry Hoss, but leftovers were consumed today by SWMBO as she dipped them into some type of liquid. However, I'm sure I'll be able to smoke up another one this spring.

Discovered the error of my ways as regards picture size. These are the last of the SUPER sized ones.
post #11 of 11
Looks Awesome, nice job...PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
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