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Unread 03-04-2008, 08:08 AM   #1
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Doing a Chuck Roll tomorrow for dinner and plan to put it on late tonight or early in the morning. Done a brisket, but never a chuck roll. I figure I will season like brisket and probably serve chopped rather than sliced.

Given I have never done one of these before, about how long do these normally take around 225-250 or so? I would like to have plenty of time to rest it in a cooler prior to dinner (around 7 in the evening).

I am guessing putting it on around 3-4 in the morning should give me enough time. Plan to cook till around 185-200 depending on the probe test. Don't plan to foil, but you never know ...
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I've been cutting them down into 2 or 3 roasts about 7 pounds each. For pullable meat I have better luck barbecuing until 160° or so then finishing in foil or in a electric roaster with some added broth. I want the broth anyway to mix back into the meat, so this works good for me.



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Here's how I do mine. Probably ain't the right way, but it's the way I do them.
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http://www.kickassbbq.com/kickassbbq...chuck_roll.htm
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Cool. Mine are actually cut flat and then rolled so I will be able to un roll them and rub on both sides and roll back up.
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I've been cutting them down into 2 or 3 roasts about 7 pounds each. For pullable meat I have better luck barbecuing until 160° or so then finishing in foil or in a electric roaster with some added broth. I want the broth anyway to mix back into the meat, so this works good for me.



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I haven't ever cut one up, but I was thinking of cutting in half next time I do it to see how it turns out. It takes a long time, I'm thinking around 18 hours, to do a whole 20# chuck roll.


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