Drum Smoker BBQ

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Devo
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Drum Smoker BBQ

Post by Devo » Tue Mar 24, 2015 16:05

Found a small beef roast in the back of the freezer. Can't remember what they called it but it was one I had bought on sale. So Sunday around 12:30 PM I fired up the Pit Barrel Cooker (UDS 30 gal.) with Kingsford Charcoal. I had already the night before gave the roast a good rub of tatonka dust and vac sealed over night. Got my coals all nice and white and hung the roast on the rebar with the hooks. I wanted pulled beef so going for a IT of 200-210°F.

Had two pieces of apple wood in there
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Dang don't that look Good
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It reached IT of 165°F so I foiled it in a pan and let it come up to IT 200°F Lots of Au Jus Beef Juice for later.
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Look at that smoke ring. This is rare for me, not that it adds to the flavor but it still looks cool.
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5 Hours Later Its All Plated up
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Thanks for looking.
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Post by Bob K » Wed Mar 25, 2015 13:35

Looks delicious Devo!
I have cooked pork loins in a similar fashion but never beef.
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