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Amazing 9lb Whole Beef Arm Roast

rp ribking

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I took in all of your suggestions, Thanks.

After reading that a lot of forum users have not done this type of roast, I was really concerned to make the roast not tough.

So I decided to rub with my pulled pork rub and put in the smoker at 225* and then went to a party and drank a lot of beer for 5 hours and came back home and probed the roast and it was at 155* IT. I then took it off the smoker and let rest for 1 hour and sliced up for sammies the next day. The roast was very tender in spots and then a little chewy in other spots, overall I was Amazed at how well this turned out. I used RO Lump and Hickory.

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meateater

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It looks like you'll be having some awesome sammies.
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mballi3011

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It looks like you and your sister are going to have some mighty tastey sammies in your furtures. Now it looks alittle on the overdone side for me I like the meat around 135° or so. But that's me and I'm not eating any good roast beef sammies now either.
 
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