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Unread 05-29-2010, 06:14 PM   #1
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I just picked up a 6.5 beef top round roast. Any suggestions on how to smoke this thing would be great. Seasonings, temps and times that you have worked for you would be appreciated. Hope are having a great weekend!
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Unread 05-29-2010, 07:25 PM   #2
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Rounds are very lean and just cry out for a hot cook.

Try smoking or grilling at 350ish or mare till internal is 122 to 135.

Tent and rest it for a bit.

Slice deli thin for some great sandwich or french dip meat.

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Yeah man don't do it. Granted, the last one I tried was only 1.6 lbs, but it hit 130 in no time and was soggy. Just didn't smoke right.
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I would do what Tim said, and I like to rub, wrap up tight in plastic wrap and let sit for a day before cooking.
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What they're say'in. I did a bottom round for Maryland Pit Beef sammies a few months ago.

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It's not BBQ, but I like top round braised.
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