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Beef Roast

Ky Kernel EggHeadKy Kernel EggHead Posts: 18
edited August 2011 in Forum List

Looking for a good receipe to smoke any kind of beef roast on the BGE. Excluding brisket. Any help is appreciated.

Still Eggin in Ky.    :-)


  • BENTEBENTE Posts: 8,337
    this one takes a dutch oven looks pretty good to me

    but if i were making one today i would go here

    put some of that on a hoagie roll and go to town!!!!

    happy eggin

    Anderson S.C.

    happy eggin


    Anderson S.C.

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  • Misippi EggerMisippi Egger Posts: 5,095
    Have you tried to "Search"?
    Over on the right side of the page, at the top.
    "Beef Roast" produces several good hits!
  • Tried the BGE forum and didn't see anything I wanted to try.

    Thanks Bente for the referral to playingwithfireandsmoke. I found a couple of receipes I'm going to try.

    BGE family is always willing to help out. Let's keep on helping our brethen.

    Still Eggin in Ky I am,

    CroMag  :-)

  • Egg JujuEgg Juju Posts: 658
    edited August 2011

    I usually just get a whole chuck roast... about 20 to 25 pounds, sometime more, but smaller can work too.  The last time I did this I used about a 5lb chuck roast since I was also doing a pork butt and sausage.

    I liberally season with salt & pepper, a Little cayenne if you like heat.  Any rub will do.

    Smoke it at 225 until it is 170 and I like hickory or pecan for this.

    double wrap in aluminum foil

    return it to the smoker until it is 205

    rest in a cooler with towels until time to pull

    This makes the most delicious pulled beef and is always a favorite.  If you are looking for something more like a traditional pot roast then I would say the D O recipe from Grandpas grub looks about as good as it can get.  For me, I like the pulled beef with a little horseradish sauce or Big Bob Gibson's style sauce, a few onion slivers, and a fresh bun.  One of my favorites.

    Here is a photo of my Texas Clod sammich.  Feel free to PM me if you have any questions.image

    Where abouts in KY?


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