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Old 06-01-2014, 11:58 AM   #1
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Default Buffalo Roasts on the WSM

Put a Pikes Peak and a Arm roast on the WSM at 10 am. Made a rub of Kosher salt, coarse black pepper, smoked paprikia, little ancho chili powder, garlic powder, corriander, and a little cayenne. Running about 275, got 3 small hickory splits burried in charcoal with one on top to start things out. Clay pot in water pan. Sorry no pics phone don't have camera and I don't own a digital camera.
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Old 06-01-2014, 12:39 PM   #2
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Sounds excellent!!!
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I love buffalo, enjoy.
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Been pretty much leaving things alone, checked at 1 pm. Arm roast is getting really dry. Dowsed both with bunch of apple juice. Going to wrap at 3pm with some beef broth with a little A-1 mixed with it. Kinda flying by seat of my pants here. This Bison is so lean. The Pikes Peak roast has a bone in it it seems a little more forgiving.
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Bison is really lean I would not cook it much past 125
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