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SUNDAY!!!!

atlandjojo

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So just pulled the meat out of the freezer for my biggest smoke yet. Menu:

2 pork tenderloin
2 racks of bb rivs
Chicken wings
2 chuck roasts
Ground beef for burgers and maybe a meatloaf. Allthis for my family of 5 and a couple coworkers.

Friend bringing over:
2 pork tenderloin
Pork chops
Ground beef
And 2 racks baby back ribs
All for her family of 6.

Gonna be a fun day. Will keep updated with Qview
 

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WOW! You are going to be all over the place timing wise. What Temp are you smoking at and in how big a smoker?...JJ
 

atlandjojo

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Yea I figured that. Gonna be a long day. Probably smoking between 240-275. Any help will be greatly appreciated
 

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The Chuck roasts will take the longest, somewhere around 1 to 1.5 hours per pound for a 3-4" thick roast. The BB Ribs, 2-1-1 at your temp or about 4 hours no foil. The Wings, will take a couple hours. The Burgers, Chops and Tenders, are best smoked to 120°F and finished on a Grill to 140-145°F. The Meatloaf I will leave to someone else as I have never made one and they will vary by size...JJ
 

atlandjojo

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One more quick question, I have seen alot of different post on what temp to cook the chuck roast to, any suggestions
 

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One more quick question, I have seen alot of different post on what temp to cook the chuck roast to, any suggestions
Cook until a therm probe slides in, all over, with no resistance. It is hard to say which temp. Some are probe tender in the 190's. Others go 205 to 210°F. Kind of when it's done, regardless of temp...JJ
 

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Looks like a great smoke coming up.  I'm in.

Gary
 

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So I am like a kid in a candy store as far as this smoking thing. Kinda bummed because my friend decided to wait to get her stuff smoked. So I pulled out every thing and got it seasoned and/or injected. Gonna getup about 5am and my 16 year old said he want to get up and help. That's my boy.



That does sound and look like a party to me.Shame I won't be there,but if ya make any mistakes I'll be down on the 8th to let ya reprieve yourself.



Richie
 

atlandjojo

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Lol. I'm watching my Bama boys on TV wi the smell of seasoned meat radiating from the fridge whenever it gets opened. Oh my
 

atlandjojo

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So here is a piece cut from the baby backs before starting the cook. This didn't get wrapped
 

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Nice job pulling that off,shame I won't get a taste now it all came out good.Thanks for sharing

Richie

 

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