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Old 04-15-2013, 04:52 PM   #1
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Default Beef eye of round roast

I have a eye of round roast I would like to make for dinner tomorrow. I have never did one on the smoker. Any suggestions?
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Old 04-15-2013, 04:58 PM   #2
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Season it with your favorite steak or beef rub and cook it at 225 until it hits 120-ish internal and then sear it all around on a hot grill until it is 130 - 135 internal.
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Ditto what Ron said, lower if you like it more rare. I'd also suggest slicing thin.
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Well, this one's a wrap! Don't forget to save the jus.
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Season it with your favorite steak or beef rub and cook it at 225 until it hits 120-ish internal and then sear it all around on a hot grill until it is 130 - 135 internal.

Any approximate idea how many hours this may take? I'm just trying to plan ahead for dinner. I was ready for an all nighter but if the roast is only going to take 4 or 5 hours I'll go to bed tonight and start her in the morning.
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Go to bed. :) It really depends on the weight and shape of the roast, but a guesstimate is 30 minutes per pound. Hopefully others will have better data.
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Go to bed. :) It really depends on the weight and shape of the roast, but a guesstimate is 30 minutes per pound. Hopefully others will have better data.
Again, Ron summed that up pretty well. The ones I've done haven't been very large, and I seem to recall around 3 or so hours of time. I may have been running a bit hotter (in general, the smaller the piece of meat, the hotter I run). Definitely this is not an overnighter.
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It wont take long

this one took about 3-4 hours
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It wont take long

this one took about 3-4 hours
That looks awesome! Now That's a goal worth working towards!
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