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Old 01-13-2018, 09:58 PM   #1
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Default First chuck roast

Smoking my first chuckie tomorrow on the UDS. What's your favorite preparation? Leaning toward savory rub, not a fan of sweet with beef.
Maybe faux burnt ends? Can I cube first and season all sides to get full bark coverage or will it dry out.
Just exploring options, any and all suggestions welcome.
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Old 01-13-2018, 10:06 PM   #2
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Cook like brisket then cube for burnt ends. I use Oakridge Black Ops on my chuckies. I rub with EVOO first, season and cook till probe tender. We normally shred it like pulled pork and use in casseroles or for sandwiches.

If you don't have this rub I would go with SPOG or just salt and pepper.
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I like my chuck smoke/braised and pulled. Smoke for a few hours until 160ish. Pan and foil with onions, peppers, and dark beer. Look up Pepper Stout Beef. Or I also do a bbq, root beer, and hot sauce version and pull it for sandwiches. Cook until a fork can shred.

Eat it over nachos, baked potatoes, quesadillas, omelettes, or just on a bun.
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I like to keep my beef rubs simple: Salt & Pepper... maybe a little Garlic. That said, I used some John Henry's Mojave Garlic on today's chuckie, and it was outstanding.

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Hands down, the best use of a Chuckie I've come across (thus far). Just made one today!

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Pepper Stout Beef.
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A simple rub of something like fresh cracked black pepper, sea salt, and some garlic makes a nice pulled beef chuck roast. This meat can be used for many different treats and is just great.





We use this meat for several Mexican or Mex-Tex treats, and with the addition of some bbq sauce, a wonderful pulled beef bbq sandwich, beef manhattans are also great with this pulled beef. It's just great meat to have in the freezer and it can be fixed in a short time into several treats.
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Thanks everyone. SPOG it is, threw in a little paprika for color. Getting tacky in the fridge now. Planning pulled beef sammiches for lunch!
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Turned out great! Thanks for all your help.
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