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sms151t
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Smoked Chuck Roast
Has anyone done this before? If so, do you inject? What type of rub? What type Wood?

I’m thinking of using cherry or apple.
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hobotiger
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re: Smoked Chuck Roast
I use it to make poor man's burnt ends


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Jake88
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re: Smoked Chuck Roast
I've done it. No injection. I like a spicy rub cumin, cayenne, black pepper, salt, and granulated garlic. No sugar. I used pecan once and mesquite the other. Came out good. Pulled beef.


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Tornado Alley
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re: Smoked Chuck Roast
I’ve done it a couple of times central TX style (salt, pepper, oak). Turned out good. It took longer than I thought to get to 198 degrees.

It was a little tough for my liking though. Make sure to spritz it regularly.


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gmrkr5
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re: Smoked Chuck Roast
Do it just like a brisket


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t00f
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re: Smoked Chuck Roast
Great cut. Treat it like it brisket. I have dine burnt ends with it too.


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pdubya76
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re: Smoked Chuck Roast
I do them all the time. I put a little Worcestershire on it and then Meat Church Holy Cow.
I use hickory or oak and smoke till 190-195.


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fatboydave
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re: Smoked Chuck Roast
I've done it like a brisket. Low and slow.


LSUballs
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re: Smoked Chuck Roast
It’s ok. Not a substitute for brisket by any means. I would get a couple of hours of smoke then wrap it in foil with some liquid and shoot for pulled beef


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re: Smoked Chuck Roast
I’d braise that in red wine and onion. Never heard of smoking one, but I would gladly eat it.


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etm512
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re: Smoked Chuck Roast
Same with the brisket. It certainly isn’t brisket but it’s still good. At worst it makes great BBQ beef sandwiches


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List Eater
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re: Smoked Chuck Roast
Reverse sear and slice. Juicy, tender, delicious.




The Third Leg
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re: Smoked Chuck Roast
That looks legit.


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JodyPlauche
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re: Smoked Chuck Roast
LINK

Me and a friend did one last October when I visited Pennsylvania. Check it out.


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Tiger Ryno
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re: Smoked Chuck Roast
You are correct. No margin for error when you take a chuck to 200 degrees. Even when you nail it its gonna be slightly dry. Reverse sear like a big steak.

Always pour the drippings over the finished product.


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SixthAndBarone
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re: Smoked Chuck Roast
There was an article in Tiger Rag Extra a month ago for pulled beef with a chuck roast. I made it and it was great. Smoke the roast at 300 for 3 hours and then wrap in foil for 3 hours. If you can find the article, definitely try it.


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rexorotten
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re: Smoked Chuck Roast
I've smoked chuck roast to make pepper stout beef. It is one of my favorite things to make.

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re: Smoked Chuck Roast
Smoked one yesterday. Smoked till 170 then put in a covered foil pan with onions, garlic, cup of water and a beef cube. Let it roll to 200 then left uncovered for 15 min.

Took the juice and added water and little brown gravy mix in a saucepan.

Cooked fries in the air fryer and covered fries with gravy and the chuck roast.

Was damn damn good. Gonna do them much more often now, never fooled with chuck before.
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