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Round Roast and Peach Cobbler

Discussion in 'Beef' started by sickpuppy, Jul 21, 2005.

  1. sickpuppy

    sickpuppy Fire Starter

    Hi All,

    Just a picture of a round roast I just took out of the smoker. Also a picture of the Peach Cobbler I smoked to fill the sweet tooth after we finish with the round roast. I guess it could be considered a London Broil.

    The roast is from the animal in my avatar. Was named Junior, and Junior sure has been good.

  2. ranger72

    ranger72 Meat Mopper OTBS Member

    Hi There sickpuppy,

    That roast looks sssoooooooooooo good!

    Buh-Bye junior! :)

  3. johnnyreb

    johnnyreb Smoking Fanatic OTBS Member

    man that looks goood

    tell me more about that cobbler!!!
  4. sickpuppy

    sickpuppy Fire Starter



    1 Can sliced peaches 15 or 16 oz. (if you have fresh peaches use 2 cups peeled and sliced)
    1 cup sugar
    ¼ lb. Butter
    2 tablespoons baking powder
    Cinnamon or nutmeg
    1 cup flour
    ½ teaspoon salt
    ¾ cup sugar
    ¾ cup milk

    Pour 1 cup of sugar over peaches and let stand. Melt butter in baking dish and let cool. Mix together in separate bowl flour, salt, ¾ cups sugar. Milk and baking power. Add cinnamon or nutmeg (I prefer cinnamon) to taste. Spoon this batter carefully into buttered dish. Mix the fruit and sugar and put on top of batter. DO NOT STIR. After you have finished and removed meat from smoker, add wood chips and bring temp. up to 370* and put cobbler in smoker for about 45 minutes. Enjoy!

    If you have eaten regular cobbler, it is good, but the smoke adds a flavor that will make your tongue and lips will go crazy trying to get to the next bite.

  5. sickpuppy

    sickpuppy Fire Starter

    The roast I brined it over night and used a rub before putting it in the smoker. After 2 hours I started spraying it every half-hour with Cajun Blast basting spray. The Garlic and Butter spray is the one I used, but it also comes in Bar-B-Que spray and Lemon Herb spray. Here in South Louisiana you can find it at about every super market. You can check it out on www.cajunblast.com.

    It really gives the meat a good flavor and is easy to use.