First attempt at pulled beef.....

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bigboy

Meat Mopper
Original poster
Apr 22, 2010
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Delaware County, Pa
Was a fail even though it turned out delicious. I'm a little disappointed and I only have myself to blame. After foiling I inserted the probe through the foil, blindly, and wasn't 100% sure where it was in the meat. Anyway, after it alledegly reached 200 degrees I pulled it, placed it in a cooler and let it rest for an hour. When it went to pull it, I couldn't get the meat to budge. I ended up slicing it and calling it roast beef and made some sammiches. Check out the pics below and feel free to pass along any tips!
 
Looks tasty anyways!!! Looks like a 7 bone? I know we all say cook to IT of, but for roasts like that I really cook by time with the smoker at a certain temp when foiling. Chuckies and 7 bone roasts are one of those cuts.
 
Well, if you don't want it, send it here. I'll be glad to take care of it for you. It looks tasty.

Disco
 
No Biggy!!!  Lesson learned for pulling Beef. As long as it tasted Great, you won!!!

Lots of people pull it early, like 185*---190*, so they can slice it without it falling apart !!!

Pull the next one!!

Bear
 
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