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Unread 10-20-2009, 04:51 AM   #1
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Default Defrosting frozen chuckies, and spares question

I have 2 4# boneless chuck roasts and some individually frozen spares in the freezer, and want to smoke them this weekend. When should I take them out to make sure that they are ready to cook? TIA
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For a Sat cook, put the chuck in the ref. Thursday morning then take it out about 2 hours before you smoke it so it can reach room temp before you start. Put the ribs in the ref. Friday morning.

I'm doing a chuck tomorrow and I put in in the ref yesterday.



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Take it out right now. You wont forget that way. Defrost in fridge is best way for anything.
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I have 2 4# boneless chuck roasts and some individually frozen spares in the freezer, and want to smoke them this weekend. When should I take them out to make sure that they are ready to cook? TIA
I don't mean to hyjack the thread, but how about a three pack of cryo wrapped spares? How early would you put them in the fridge for a Sat cook?
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