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Old 08-10-2007, 08:25 AM   #1
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Pit Beef on the RK spit

I’ve been working a lot since the comp in Pa and after a couple of 12hr days I now have time to try out the rotisserie for the RK..I’ve got a 4 lb Top round roast on cooking with Hump Lump and Smokilicous Hickory and Cherry Chunks.



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I'm coming Witt, I'm coming!
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Old 08-10-2007, 08:53 AM   #3
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what was that date again?
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Good looking meat Witt!
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Old 08-10-2007, 09:06 AM   #7
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The only thing wrong with that pic is that it is not a pic of an RK in my yard.

How long do you think it will it take to cook that roast?
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What a cool contraption Wittdog!! How are your pickles?
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Old 08-10-2007, 11:28 AM   #9
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Beef is done it took about 2 hrs…pretty happy with the results..it was nice and tender and my boys liked it a lot…..









Oh yeah roasted onions, peppers, and shrooms...served on a buttered and toasted hardrooll with may0 and lousiania hot sauce.
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those sandwiches look fantastic
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Wittdog you out did your self again. I see dose boy look forward to when you start up the pit. looking dinner Wittdog
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Good looking sammich......and youngin's!
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WOW! Great job Witt!
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Nice job Witt, I bet those boys will woff down any red meat. LOL
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It all looks good as heck, but Dave, that roast is way too little for the Yabba Dabba Grill! Next time you gotta fill that rotisserie!

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(About the right size for my Performer rotiss, though -- I think I'll give it a try. )
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Yes sir, that's mighy fine. I see the youngin in the red shirt is enjoying one of those great pickles with his sandwich.
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Nice work Dave. That was a fine looking sandwich.
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This was a test run next time I'll have something big enought for the Yabba Dabba
Bryan the recipe I used was my secret steak rub....Worche, Salt, Pepper, Onion and Garlic Powder...
Cook with some hickory and cherry...
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Looks great Dave!
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Want to trade for some pickles witt? What you need from down here in the south south...?
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