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Unread 04-16-2013, 06:57 PM   #1
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Default Eye of round success (pRoN)

I did my first eye of round roast today for dinner. It came out moist and juicy with a nice hint of smoke. Thanks to Ron L and Gore for the tips as I was a complete newbe to smoking beef roasts. Sorry for the blurry pics My camera is a piece of crap.

Here is a shot of the roast on the Beast (22.5 WSM). I used Oak for smoke.

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Here it is upon slicing. I did a quick reverse sear and then started slicing it thin with my electric knife.

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Plated with glazed carrots, fried potatoes, and cornbread. A little Au jus on the side.

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Washed down with an ice cold glass of home made sweet tea.

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All in all this cook was a success and the family enjoyed it very much. Thanks again to Ron L and Gore for pointing me in the right direction.
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That looks Like a Wonderful Meal to Me !!
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It looks great from here too!!
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Mmmm That looks good! Left over RB samiches with Horseradish sauce or french dip???
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Looks great! Not sure what I did except agree with Ron, but everyone here knows Ron's word is gospel anyway. So glad it worked out for you!
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Nice looking meal there.. I think you hit the mark!!
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I am pullin' for the french dip! Great job.
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Can you link to the thread where Ron gave you advice on the cook? I've cooked a few eye of rounds but I'm still looking to nail one. I use Ron's tri-tip method, so I have no doubt his EOR method would be good also.

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Can you link to the thread where Ron gave you advice on the cook? I've cooked a few eye of rounds but I'm still looking to nail one. I use Ron's tri-tip method, so I have no doubt his EOR method would be good also.

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Lookin' mighty tasty!

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Looky Beefy Good
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Nice looking food , I believe I would like to join you for Dinner.,( I squinted ) exactly what cut is this Eye of round please?
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Nice looking food , I believe I would like to join you for Dinner.,( I squinted ) exactly what cut is this Eye of round please?
It comes from the high quarter below the sirloin. The attached chart will give you a visual.

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It comes from the high quarter below the sirloin. The attached chart will give you a visual.

http://rickbakas.com/retail-beef-cut...ed-infographic

Cool, thanks mate
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Very nice Try a sirloin roast next time Very good and juicy
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