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Unread 01-26-2011, 08:05 AM   #1
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Default First chuckies

Smoked 2 chucks for the first time. Rubbed with garlic and onion powder, pepper, salt, and some Old Bay. Smoked with hickory at 225 for what seemed like forever. Foiled and put into an Igloo in the hopes that they would almost fall apart....and they did. Some had bbq sauce with some of the drippings, while the other had A-1 sauce with some drippings. The finished stuff didn't last long!!!

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Unread 01-26-2011, 08:09 AM   #2
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Looks Great did 2 6 1/2 pound Chucks over the weekend for this Sat- 225 with Pecan. I really liked them Unfortuneately no Pics
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Looks delicious! Pulled chuck is majorly good stuff. I have about one serving left here, almost time to make some more.
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looks great! what temp did you pull it at?
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Anymore i do them instead of brisket ,. BTW yours looks wonderful
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Those look great Dan! I am now...HUNGRY!!!!
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Thanks for the replies. I pulled them when the passed that fork test. Basically put a fork in them, twist it, and if they give any resistance they're not done. Saw some guy do that online so I tried it. Seems to work.
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I have got to break dow and try some Chuckies that looks freaking awesome.
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yum, beef..
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Very nice. I am gonna have to try making some of those.
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looks delicious!
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I did my first this past weekend also. I had one that was a chuck pot roast and one that looked like yours. Not sure which I liked better. But one thing is for sure, I am kicking myself for waiting so long Taco week!

I also was blown away with how long it took @225.
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Mmmmmm Dan...looks great!
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Love the chuckies..
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That looks so good! Love the smoked chucks
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