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Discussion in 'Roll Call' started by sandiegodave, Aug 16, 2009.
I have a Brinkmann and smoking my first chuck today. Any good ideas?
Welcome to the forum Dave.
Do you have any kind of a game plan for the chuckie yet?
Just a rub so far. It's about 3.75lbs, cooking time 5.5hrs?
Welcome Dave, Glad to have you with us. This is the place to learn, lots of good info and helpful friendly Members.
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First off welcome Dave to SMF. You'll like it hre cause there are alot of good people here that would just love to help you with anythignto do with smoking. then congrats on your new grill. So you are already for that big first smoke. If you have any qiestions feel free to post it here and we will help you. then you have to learn how to post Qview (pictures) that way we can see what your smoking on and what your smoking. So happy smoking and:
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Yo Diego, hello and welcome from another SoCal member. Make sure you work with calibrated therms for cabinet/smoker temps and also internal meat temps. It's all good my friend.
Hello and welcome Dave from another San Diegan ( Fallbrook )
This is a really nice group of people that will always help
Welcome to the forum!!
I've done quite a few 2.5~3lb chuckies @ 230* They take around 5 1/2 hrs, so yours will probably be longer. I say "probably" because each piece of meat has it's own characteristics ie; fat content, muscle fiber, water, etc.... It'll be done, when it's done.
BTW, I'm talking about taking it to 205* for pulling.
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Welcome to SMF Dave!!Glad you decided to join us.
Welcome to the forum. Glad to have you aboard.
I don't know what type of meat you're going to be smoking. There are different types of wood that go tegether well. You can get an idea on the "Woods for Smoking" thread. Now what I like to do is soak some wood chunks in Apple Cider Vinegar mixed with Apple Juice. The longer it soaks the better. I've heard it describe that it's just like making a fine wine.
I hope that helps you out!
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