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My Saturday Smoke. UDS/Pork/Beef/Qview

post #1 of 19
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I found a 5lbs Sirloin Tip Roast in my favorite section of the meat dept at my local grocery store, and couldn’t pass on it due to the price. I figured I’d smoke it just like a chuckie. I also grabbed a rack of spare ribs and some pinto beans while I was there.

Here’s the Sirloin Tip Roast….look at that price! It wasn’t even browning yet

Rubbed it with some Dijon. I wanted to see if I could tell any difference w/ the Dijon than regular yellow mustard. I didn’t

Rubbed it down with these three items. Cookshack lightly, heavy on the mesquite, and lightly w/ the Famous Daves Steak & Burger rub. Wrapped it up and threw it in the fridge for a few hours

Here’s the spares. They were’nt really on sale, but I found a really good looking rack

Membrane removing

St Louie’d them. I loved the looks of this rack. Tips cut up as well

Seasoned with my regular rub, and wrapped for the fridge

Here is something I tried for the first time…it was pork-burnt-ends. I diced up the trimmings from the spares and got all the cartiledge/bones out and cubed the meat into little pieces to cook like burnt ends to throw in with the beans when they were done

After a few hours had passed I took the sirloin tip out of the fridge, and injected it with this Tony Chacheres injectables. I hadn’t tried this one yet

All injected and ready for UDS
post #2 of 19
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Part 2/3

While food was wrapped and in fridge, I got my fire basket loaded with Kingsford Hickory, mixed with Apple Wood chunks and poured a chimney full of set coals into the basket, and let the drum work it’s way down to 240

Ready to cook

Here’s the drum after running for a bit. I left the house for 2+ hours, and came back to it sitting at the EXACT same temp I left it at. I love how these cook

Close-up of Ribs

Close-up of Pork-ends

Close-up of Sirloin Tip

Some TBS

A few hours later

The Pork Ends

Almost foiling time
post #3 of 19
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Part 3/3

My foiling ingredients

After foiling the SirloinTip at 167, I took it up to 208 and pulled off the drum, threw it in the microwave with a towel over it for about 3 hours

Here’s the ribs comin out of the foil. The liquid gold was poured back over the ribs twice over the next 45 mins

Here’s the pork ends, after being loosely foiled with some of the same ingredients that went in with the ribs. I snacked on about 5, and the rest went in the beans

Here’s the ribs after firming up on the drum for about 45 mins

Close up

Final plating. Beans had been on all day. Chorizo, Pork Ends, Green Chile, and salted to taste. They’re great


I didn’t get to pull the roast that ngiht, so I pulled it the next day. It made a lot of good meat. I was surprised it pulled so well cold (been in fridge overnight)


I’ll be foodsaving the pulled beef and using it for various dinners..I’ll take pics of that too.

Leftover ribs and beans for dinner tonight
post #4 of 19
Man that all looks great...points.gif
post #5 of 19
Excellent looking smoke ThunderDome! I just ate not long ago, and my mouth is.....oooops!! all over the keyboard again.icon_wink.gif
post #6 of 19
Great looking smoke T.D. Nice ring on those ribs-to bad we didn't get to see the ring on the roast.
post #7 of 19
Great looking grub there for sure!
post #8 of 19
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Yeah, i really wanted to pull it and bag it Sat night. But after cooking that long, and drinking plenty of beers, I wasn't up for it.
post #9 of 19
Yes. I was looking for the roast ring also but points.giffor a good meat smoke. (I like that biscuit that was hanging out on the side as well.)
post #10 of 19
Great smoke job! points.gifEveryone should get some Ugly. biggrin.gif
post #11 of 19
wow looks great and those pork tips had my mouth watering
post #12 of 19
Thread Starter 
Thanks..The pork ends were something I'll keep trying to refine. They were a great snack/finger food.
post #13 of 19
Very nice qview and smoked meats.points.gif
post #14 of 19
well that looked awesome
add more to my list
post #15 of 19
Compliments on the Qview!
post #16 of 19
one heck of a Qview... good jobpoints.gif
post #17 of 19
Now you've done it ~ I am so HUNGRY ~
post #18 of 19
Very nice smoke. I'm hungry now thanks!
post #19 of 19
Thread Starter 
Thanks guys
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