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Chuck Roast (SV Pulled Beef)

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Great looking roast beef, love the Lipton Onion soup mix, looks nice and juicy . Just perfect looking roast, And the multitudes of meal ideas , nice as always
David

Thank You David!!
I got the "Lipton Onion Soup Mix" Idea from My Friend Chopsaw. Works Great!!
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Go #TeamGravy!! Nice looking stuff as always Bear. Like you, I absolutely love a good pulled chuck roast. Never tried one in the SV though. Mine are typically in the slow cooker all day. Makes the house smell amazing :emoji_wink: We had a similar dinner last night of boneless chuck short ribs, also done in the slow cooker. Our dinner looked much like yours. We were happy campers so I can only guess you're happy x3. Nice job sir.

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I got the "Lipton Onion Soup Mix" Idea from My Friend Chopsaw. Works Great!!
Thats what i really like about this forum, ideas and friends passing ideas back and forth, so thanks to chopsaw also. We use the Lipton Onion Soup Mix also as a dip with sour cream as a veggie and chip/cracker dip, love it
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Nice looking sammies bear. I'm still not sold on the SV thing though.

Warren

Thank You Mr Warren!!
Better not try SV---You'd love it so much, you'd kick yourself for not trying it sooner.
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Sure looks tasty. I would have stocked up on chuckies for that $$$.

Thank You Rider!!
I actually got 3 of them (Small ones).
And 2 Eye Rounds (about 8 pounds each).

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That sure looks good, I must try to use mine more often. Better planing is in order for sure.

Thank You Dude!!
There's just a few things that have to go through my SV!!
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Looks good . 30 hours is right where I like the chucks .
Thank You Rich!!
Yup---I do 30 hours @ 165° for Pulled Chucky Beef.
However I do about 48 hours @ 131°, when I want Chucky to be like Med/Rare Prime Rib.
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Looks great John. Sure beats the can of sardines I just ate.

Point for sure
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Gotcha!!
And I love their Horsey Sauce.
If I couldn't get Kelchner's I'd buy Arby's, or make the "Arby's" Clone I found.

Bear
Yep, Kelchner’s is good stuff. Really like their red/purple horseradish on kielbasa. Will have to look for that Arby’s Horsey sauce clone.
 

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Go #TeamGravy!! Nice looking stuff as always Bear. Like you, I absolutely love a good pulled chuck roast. Never tried one in the SV though. Mine are typically in the slow cooker all day. Makes the house smell amazing :emoji_wink: We had a similar dinner last night of boneless chuck short ribs, also done in the slow cooker. Our dinner looked much like yours. We were happy campers so I can only guess you're happy x3. Nice job sir.

Robert

Thank You Robert!!
We used to make it in the Crock Pot too, and loved it, however I think we were actually over-cooking in the Crock. That never happens in the SV.
Either way, I've always loved Hot Roast Beef Sammies, since I was just a Kid.
And Thanks for the Like.

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Looks great John. Sure beats the can of sardines I just ate.

Point for sure
Chris

Thank You Chris!!
Hmmmmm, I got a bunch of cans of Herring in Mustard in my cabinets---'Bout time I eat one!!
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