First Chuckie. Masterbuilt Propane XL - Q-View

Discussion in 'Beef' started by philh, Feb 22, 2012.

  1. Well I'm trying my first Chuckie like I mentioned in one of my posts.

    Thank you everybody for your kind words. I was kinda leary of posting here because I didn't think I could measure up to most of the great posts here.

    On to the post.. I purchased a Boneless Beef Chuck Shoulder Roast. Just a little under 3 pounds. I'm going to smoke it around 225 degree's.

    I seasoned it with Sea Salt, Coarse Black Pepper & Powdered Garlic.

    I put it on the smoker about a hour ago so we will see how it turns out. Pics Below..

    Phil

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    Before washing & before adding seasoning.. Good marble..

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    Of course after seasoning.. Keeping my fingers crossed. I've never cooked one of these before..
     
    Last edited: Feb 22, 2012
  2. africanmeat

    africanmeat Master of the Pit OTBS Member

    it is a good start you will do ok
     
  3. You are off to a good start and should be fine. Looking forward to pics of the finish!
     
  4. Pics are sure to follow.. Time to pop the top on a cold beer.. lol
     
  5. smokinal

    smokinal Smoking Guru Staff Member Moderator OTBS Member ★ Lifetime Premier ★

    Great start Phil!
     
  6. How did it turn out?
     
  7. I don't know what happened but I couldn't get this thing done. The chuckie went in about 10:30 & wasn't done until 9:00 PM.. I couldn't get the IT up. I never wrap meat but I gave up on this one at about 162 IT &wrapped it until it hit 186 IT.. I would have gone higher but the family was hungry.

    Actually it turned out great & most of it is gone.. [​IMG]

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    I even got a small smoke ring. Surprised me on that one..

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    I tried some taters. That pan is a 8 x 8 inch pan. I used new potatoes. washed them & cut em. I seasoned with Sea Salt, Fine Black Pepper & a thin dusting of Garlic Powder. I cut up a stick of unsalted butter & placed on top of the taters. I filled the pan with water & placed over the water pan on the smoker. They cooked for about 6 hours. They were good.

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    Finished product.. The potatoes didn't last long.. None left.. [​IMG]
     

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