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Unread 08-07-2008, 02:36 PM   #1
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Default Chuck rolls from.......heaven

Meat man just dropped off a case of Chuck Rolls, gonna smoke em till they fall apart for my daughters Grad party on Saturday.
Look at the size of these bad boy's!!


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3 to a case, totalling 53 lbs!

Also cooking a rack of ribs for dinner....


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Another beauti......I mean rough day at the office!


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Unread 08-07-2008, 02:52 PM   #2
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Man, you got it rough!! I'll bring the beer and help you kill some time if you want?

That is going to be some serious beef. I was planning on doing 4-5 briskets for my sons birthday next weekend, I'm wondering if maybe some chuck rolls like that wouldn't be better. I was going to slice the brisket for sammies, but it would be easier to pull those chuck rolls and have pulled beef sammies. I'm waiting to see how they turn out. Im gonna be calling a few butcher shops today!
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Unread 08-07-2008, 03:01 PM   #3
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Awsome... Although at first I was a little scared when I saw the propane cyl in the first pic.... Please post pics of the results if you have time. I love this site!
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That IS some serious beef! I can't wait to see some pix after the cook.

Tell me, do you take the tree out of the exhaust stack of your big pit before you cook with it, or... :P
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Haven't seen that before - those are some large chunks of meat. I'd sure be interested in seeing the during and after pics! Looks like that's gonna be some good eats!
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That IS some serious beef! I can't wait to see some pix after the cook.

Tell me, do you take the tree out of the exhaust stack of your big pit before you cook with it, or... :P
Helps keep the birds out! That is funny!

Bob, paid $2.39 a lb, just for reference.

I will continue this thread or start another on these Chuckies.

Divemaster taught me a few tricks so lookin forward to how these finish up!

Goin for a burn record on the drums, figure they're gonna go 16-20 hrs.
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Is that the correct name for them? I don't want to call the butchers and they not know what I'm talking about.
What temp will you be taking those chunks up to? Will you be coolering and then pulling? What's the process if you don't mind sharing?
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Ok bubba. help a neighbor out. whose your butcher and i promise we can share him.
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Nice cuts of beef. Can't wait to see the finished product.
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Ok bubba. help a neighbor out. whose your butcher and i promise we can share him.
Quantity buy!
Looking forward to the finished pics Bubba.
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Hey Bubba I went back to admire your meat. Saw Grill in garage you use it much?
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WOW! Beef it's what's for dinner at your house Saturday!
My invite musta' got lost in the mail.
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Nice start Bubba. Show us the money!
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I never thought I'd say this to another Man, but, Here goes....
I admire and am envious of your Meat!!!!
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