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Unread 12-25-2009, 08:23 PM   #1
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All of the family loves our beef medium rare-except the son-in-law. Its got to be well well done for him to eat it. Its Christmas right so instead of cooking one roast and putting his slices in the microwave I cooked 2 roasts. DSC06575.JPG

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Started with 15# prime boneless ribeye from RD. Cut it into 9# & 3# roasts and the rest into steaks for another day. They were very cold when they went into the drum and it took 2 hours at 200-225 to get the big one to room temp and another 2 to reach 120. Took it out to rest, added taters and left the little guy on for another 30 minutes.[ATTACH]DSC06588.JPG[/ATTACH]
Took it off at about 155 and opened all 3 intakes for 30 minutes and got up over 350. Put them both on to crisp and after another half hour the big one was 140 and the little one was 180.
Should have pulled them off 5 degrees or so sooner as the intended medium rare ended up more as medium. Still unbelievably tender but thats the prime grade rather than anything I did. And son-in-law enjoyed his well done which was quite tender also and not dried out like it would have been with a high heat cook. I still have a lot to learn about cooking on my UDS but you folks have sure got me going in the right direction. Thanks for looking in.
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Unread 12-25-2009, 08:59 PM   #2
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Great job. Bet all were pleased.
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Great job. Bet all were pleased.
Thanks. And thanks for the tutorial that inspired me to build my drum. Merry Christmas to you and yours.
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It looks excellent Bob! Nice job.
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Nice work! I have the same problem with my wife. She wants hers extra well, then complains its it isn't very tender.
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Note to self, don't let daughter date guys who like their meat well done! Nice job Bob. Looks tasty.
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Nice job, and very gracious of you to ruin a piece for your SIL. I'd be inclined to throw an old boot on the smoker, then serve it to him!
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You did the right thing! Making everyone one happy is the key to success.

Excellent looking meat.
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Gorgeous beef Bro!
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Nice job, and very gracious of you to ruin a piece for your SIL. I'd be inclined to throw an old boot on the smoker, then serve it to him!
LOL Actually he's a good guy, just no one ever taught him how to eat
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