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Old 12-24-2011, 12:01 PM   #1
thepirate51
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Question Rump Roast Suggestion

Going to agument Christmas Turkey with a roast. Have a 3lb Rump Roast with a thin fat cap on top. Thinking of smoking for 2 hrs low (<200 degrees) then finish in the oven to 130 internal.

Question: Should I marinate this a couple of hours before smoking? or just use dry rub? (I know it can be lean and tough, thought the marinade would help it stay moist...or would it just be over kill)

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