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    Default smoked beef clod with pics

    got a half of a beef clod yesterday, the half wieghed in at just under 11 pounds. nice hunk of flesh, nice marbling and not too thin and not too thick a fat cap on it.


    rubbed worsey sauce and mustard on it.


    made a rub using kosher salt, cbp, cummin, paprika, ancho chili, and some smittees.


    prepared a drip pan, sliced up a large onion, sprinkled with the little bit a the rub i had left over and added some beef stock.


    and into the smoker, 225 deg and using cherry for smoke.


    here we are 12 hours later and stuck in plateau at 150 deg internal.


    the plan is to take it to 193 degrees and slice some and pull some. i never did one a these before but found a website that caught my fancy. used there rub recipie and plan on following there recomendations all the way through.
    plan on serving with some coleslaw and corn on cob for supper tonite. will finish up with final pics when done.
    GOSM, soon to be with sfb
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    Looks like dinner so far. Like you said, nice hunk of flesh!
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    Drooling
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    Darn fine lookin piece of cow! Where does one find something like that in our neck of the woods? Please don't say Sams Club.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chef schwantz View Post
    Darn fine lookin piece of cow! Where does one find something like that in our neck of the woods? Please don't say Sams Club.
    actually not!!! i know where the other half is setting right now... even within driving distance for you... ever hear of a little town of 94 called avon??? they have a little supermarket/meats on the east side of main street, right next to one of the two bars on that street.
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    Quote Originally Posted by erain View Post
    actually not!!! i know where the other half is setting right now... even within driving distance for you... ever hear of a little town of 94 called avon??? they have a little supermarket/meats on the east side of main street, right next to one of the two bars on that street.
    Know the place, but never been in there, guess I will have to add it to the list, that looked choice or better. Having some cajun brats from St Joe meats tonight. Hope it rains.
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    Lookin' real good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chef schwantz View Post
    Know the place, but never been in there, guess I will have to add it to the list, that looked choice or better. Having some cajun brats from St Joe meats tonight. Hope it rains.
    my father in law was a butcher at st joe meats for many years. i know most of the peeps there. love that market.
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    well here the final shots...
    so we took it up to 193 just like the video said, covered the foil pan containing the roast with foil and let rest covered in a towel for 45 min while corn was getting done.
    fore...


    aft...


    after the rest...


    put the knife to it. sweet!!! sliced the heart of the roast.


    and pulled the ends. made a finishing sauce with some balsamic and drippings.


    made some coleslaw.


    and smoked some sweet corn.


    my supper.


    thks for cking my pix!!!
    GOSM, soon to be with sfb
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    That looks Great!
    got to try that soon!
    can you give us the low down on the rub and whatever else?

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