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  1. #1
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    Default Pit Beef

    Local butcher had eye of round on sale. Picked up a 2lb roast. Rubbed down with a rub of garlic,salt and pepper. Sliced a large onion in half and placed the roast on top. Added some beef stock to the pan. Loaded up the smoker box with some cherry chips and a couple charcoal briquettes. Smoker set at 225. Shooting for an internal temp of 130- 140.












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    This looks relevant to my interests. Serving with horseradish? How do you slice the round so it doesn't come out tough as a boot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ia_james View Post
    This looks relevant to my interests. Serving with horseradish? How do you slice the round so it doesn't come out tough as a boot?
    la,

    I'll slice it really thin on the meat slicer. And yes there will be horseradish. I love horseradish on my beef. I'll agree eye of round can be really tough as leather sometimes. It's not my preferred choice to make pit beef, but I couldn't turn it down for the price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sodaking27 View Post
    la,

    I'll slice it really thin on the meat slicer. And yes there will be horseradish. I love horseradish on my beef. I'll agree eye of round can be really tough as leather sometimes. It's not my preferred choice to make pit beef, but I couldn't turn it down for the price.
    Well, making cuts of meat edible that might not otherwise be is a well known 'cue activity. I love horseradish on my prime rib, I can only assume that I would also love it on this.

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    Time to rest before slicing.



    Looks and smells so good.



    Sliced and ready to build that sandwich....

    Last edited by Sodaking27; 03-28-2016 at 04:46 PM.

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    Looking good!

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    Sodaking27,
    This looks amazing!
    Thx.

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