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Chuck roast and fixens.

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  1. Butcher

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    Way to expensive chuck roast seasond overnight with McCormick steak rub.
    20240427_092721.jpg 7 hours in the smoker and an hour rest in a cooler. 20240427_173518.jpg
    Home grown tatties and onions, fresh asparagus right out of the garden. 20240427_184107.jpg
     
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    X2!
     
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    Funny , I was looking at our local grocery circular that comes in the mail , it had Chuck Poast and the caption said " Great for Smoking" .
    I thought about it but never smoked one myself. Seeing this I will have to try one ; on sale until mid week so why not give it a shot.

    And yes , the price is not what it used to be.
     
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    I've smoked a bunch of them. When BBQ became the cool thing to do and the price of briskets went through the roof I started smoking a roast here and there. Same flavor as a brisket .
     
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    I absolutely love a good chuck roast!
     
  7. Butcher

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    Right now around here brisket is about $3.99 a pound. A good chuck roast is $5 to 7 a pound. Only thing is the brisket is about 30 pounds of meat. I make all my own sausage and grind my own hamburger and I have actually bought whole briskets to grind up for hamburger or make summer suasage or renderwurst out of. Much better than the pink meat in a plastic tube they try to sell as food in some stores.
     
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