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after a month of chicken and smoked fish, mrs. wants a change

smokeypetesmokeypete Posts: 63
edited 4:04PM in EggHead Forum
so what should be next. i would like a challenge, but not brisket or ribs, maybe a pork butt??? i would like to do a beef cook, not a steak tho, too simple. any suggestions? we are trying to lose some weight so not too fatty either. am i being a pain in the brisket? has anyone done a chuck roast low and slow? what marinade?

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  • GfwGfw Posts: 1,598
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    <p />smokeypete, how about an "English Cut Chuck Roast" - fancy name for a chuck roast - turns out very nice - unlike pulled pork, I add the sauce right after the cook! [p]BTW - the sauce I use for beef is "JJ's Q Sauce" that can be found at ... http://yyyz.net/bge/R_JJsDippinSauce.asp
    or in the recipe section. [p]Good luck :~}[p]

    [ul][li]Pulled Beef BBQ [/ul]
  • Banker JohnBanker John Posts: 583
    smokeypete,
    I have tried the mexican meat loaf from the recipe section and had great results. [p]Let us know what you end up cooking.[p]Bnaker John

  • Chef WilChef Wil Posts: 702
    smokeypete,
    pulled beef is great, but a top sirloin roast
    (end cap removed ) about a 5 pounder, slathered in mustard, using your favorite rub, take it to a 160 degree internal temp, roasted corn on the cob, and maybe some yellow baby squash.....bon apetite

  • PonchoPoncho Posts: 49
    smokeypete,
    Take a few portobello mushrooms. Marinate in olive oil, balsamic vinegar, garlic and parsley for a couple of hours. Grill them up like a steak or burger with the same accompaniments.
    Poncho

  • JethroJethro Posts: 495
    banker john,[p]I just cooked one last night. They are pretty good.[p]Regards,
    Jethro

  • smokeypetesmokeypete Posts: 63
    thanks for the suggestions... i'll probably try them all and post the results.

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