Yesterday was the season finale of the Longhorn's season and gave me a perfect reason to fire up Colt. I bought a Choice chuckie a few weeks ago and thought Pepper Stout Beef sandwiches would make a great gameday meal. With the "It's a Wrap" throwdown going on, I figured I could whip something up from the leftovers for my entry.
Please accept this as my "It's a Wrap" Throwdown entry.
I took advantage of Oakridge BBQ's Black Friday Sale and picked up a couple packs of rub. One was Black Ops. I thought that the last time I made PSB, it needed more seasoning, so I figured Black Ops would be a good one to try.
I didn't get any pics of the sandwiches but here we go with the Wraps!
While the chuckie was smoking away, I prepped the veggies.
I forgot to include the hot peppers in the pics. Did 1 jalapeno and 2 other peppers I got from a neighbor that were a bit sweet and hot. Not sure what they are called though.
After a few hours with Apple and Hickory chunks...
In with the peppers and onions...
I covered it and cooked it for a couple more hours, then pulled the beef and cooked uncovered for a while longer to reduce the juices.
I didn't get a finish shot of the PSB.
For breakfast, I scrambled up some eggs and rolled the PSB up with the eggs and a slice of provolone in some Pillsbury Crescent Rolls and baked for ~15 minutes.
Please use the above pic as my entry pic.
They turned out delicious! The Black Ops was a great rub for PSB as it gave it a subtle sweetness and a nice flavor that was lacking with just S&P the last time. Mixed with the eggs and cheese inside the rolls was about a perfect breakfast treat! Thanks for looking!