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Old 06-10-2007, 06:02 AM   #1
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Top Round Roast

I did a naked sear on this Top Round roast and then seasoned with Wolfe Rub Bold. We also had some baked potatoes and corn wrapped in foil with butter, garlic and onion powders and salt and pepper. Turned out great!

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Old 06-10-2007, 06:07 AM   #2
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Looks awesome as usual Larry!
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Lookin Great Larry
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Looks like it came out perfect Larry.. Good job!
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Old 06-10-2007, 10:42 AM   #5
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larry that sound very good I like your way of thinking when it come to food. By way when can I come and pick up your weber you no longer use.LOL
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Man that looks good Larry. Why did you season it after searing? What kind of grill do you have there?
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Old 06-10-2007, 12:47 PM   #8
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That look incredible Larry. Very nice color.
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Old 06-10-2007, 02:07 PM   #9
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Man that looks good Larry. Why did you season it after searing? What kind of grill do you have there?
It's just another method, but it does help prevent rubs from burning, especially ones with sugar.
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I hate when people ask him about his grill.
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I hate when people ask him about his grill.
If you win the sauce contest people will be asking about your grill.

As usual, looks good Larry.
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I hate when people ask him about his grill.
Shoot I forgot to mention that part! Thanks for the reminder Bruce!


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Man that looks good Larry. Why did you season it after searing? What kind of grill do you have there?
It is an XL Primo Oval Kamado, the biggest on the market today!!! Very versatile cooker for smoking from 170*-250* and from grilling up to 700*. Super efficient on fuel as well. If you're interested visit www.wolferub.com . That's for you Brucie
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Larry wrote...It is an XL Primo Oval Kamado, the biggest on the market today!!! Very versatile cooker for smoking from 170*-250* and from grilling up to 700*. Super efficient on fuel as well. If you're interested visit www.wolferub.com . That's for you Brucie

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Larry wrote...It is an XL Primo Oval Kamado, the biggest on the market today!!! Very versatile cooker for smoking from 170*-250* and from grilling up to 700*. Super efficient on fuel as well. If you're interested visit www.wolferub.com . That's for you Brucie

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seems like you could get it hotter pretty easily, is it not
reccomended?
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seems like you could get it hotter pretty easily, is it not
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Well I guess you can get it hotter, I don't really see any advantage to going above 700*. I know the commercial kitchens sear in the 1800*, but I'm happy with the sear I get even at lower temps. I cooked that roast at 500* for the entire cook and it turned out great. I doubt going to 700*, 1000* or even higher would have made it any better. Just my .02.
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Just curious...but how big was the top round, and how long did it take to cook at 500?
Craig it was about 2lbs and it took about 20 minutes to get to 130*
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What kind of rub do you use on melted glass?
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