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Kettle cooked pot roast. Took the chucks to 160 in a 300 degree kettle with lump and a few oak chunks (Rubbed with The Rub Co.'s Santa Maria Style), then panned with bell peppers, onions, carrots and baby Yukon gold taters with beef broth mixed with cayenne, celery seed, celery flakes, crushed rosemary, a little worsy and Bragg's cider apple vinegar and amino acids then back on the kettle to finish. Let the chucks get to a nice slicing temp, just shy of pulled beef.
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