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Memorial Day Chuckie Feast!

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Decided to do a couple of chuckies for dinner (and some left overs )

 

Seasoned one with Bad Byrons Butt Rub.... Don't really like it on pork, but it is real good on chicken and beef! LOL

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2nd one I rubbed with a dry Jerk rub.... not sure of the name... I think it is "Pain is Good"... lol. I buy a habanero hot sauce from the same company that is awesome!

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Budda Dog says "He who waits near smoker gets treats!"

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5 hrs. into the smoke.... was in the middle of a wicked stall. Stall was about 3 hrs. in, and I needed to get these done for dinner, so I pulled them off the smoker at 156° and applied the "Texas crutch"... lol. Double wrapped in foil with about 1/4 Cup of Killian's Red beer, then tossed them into a 300° oven.

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Took the internal temp to 195°, tossed them into a cooler for 1 hr. to rest. Here is the one with Bad Byrons Butt Rub......

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..... and here is the one with the Jerk rub, it had a really nice dark bark, very tastey!

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And here is the money shot!

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..... and to top it all off the wife brought this while I was getting the images ready to post. Fresh made shortbread biscut, fresh made whip cream, and strawberries soaked in rum and sugar..... *drooool*

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All-in-all a good end to a good day!


Edited by JIRodriguez - 6/3/10 at 8:41pm
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Both roast looked just great from slicing, and both had a very nice smoke ring. Congrats on a great meal... all I had today were bits of leftovers. Oh well, some guys have all the luck. It's all good my friend.

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Originally Posted by richoso1 View Post

Both roast looked just great from slicing, and both had a very nice smoke ring. Congrats on a great meal... all I had today were bits of leftovers. Oh well, some guys have all the luck. It's all good my friend.



I would send you some left overs, but I would have to probably fight the rest of the family for them! LOL

post #4 of 6

Great looking chuckie. I made two myself this weekend but I have not tried them yet. I pulled them and put them right into the freezer. I am with you I don't really like Bad Byrons on pork. Well ribs for sure. I tried a butt this weekend with bad byrons so we will have to see how I like that. It's just too salty for me to be put on ribs.

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I used to use the butt rib alot but the more that I have tried different rubs and I have done a couple of exchanges I haven't bought any and then I looked when I get some stuff for exchanges I see that it's really expensive too. Now for your chuckies look great and I don't think I would try to send any leftovers to your friends. I don't think the family would allow you to send any anyway. Ours takes the food with them if I let them.

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Great looking chuckie. I made two myself this weekend but I have not tried them yet. I pulled them and put them right into the freezer. I am with you I don't really like Bad Byrons on pork. Well ribs for sure. I tried a butt this weekend with bad byrons so we will have to see how I like that. It's just too salty for me to be put on ribs.



Yeah... to much salt in Byrons for use on pork, but that is also why it is good on chicken and beef... lol. In a pinch I have mixed Byrons with some brown sugar and used that on pork with fairly good success, but I generally prefer to make my own rub for pork.

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