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Old 10-15-2006, 01:55 PM   #1
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I got two chuck that were almost 5lbs each, splashed w/worcestershire sauce and rubbed down with some Wolfe Rub BOLD. Put them on around 6 this morning, they're foiled now and sitting at 195*, I'll pull around 200*.

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Old 10-15-2006, 02:02 PM   #2
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You do those on the kettle Larry? How long did it take them to get up to temp on the kettle? Did you have to add charcoal during the cook?
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Old 10-15-2006, 04:37 PM   #3
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You do those on the kettle Larry? How long did it take them to get up to temp on the kettle? Did you have to add charcoal during the cook?
Bruce I've done one on the kettle before so I figured why use the WSM and use more charcoal (plus the WSM needed to be cleaned and I didn't feel like cleaning it). I used one charcoal basket filled and added about 10 lit coals. Temps held in the 300* range all day with the bottom vent completely closed,which was fine with me. I added coals 1 time, (about 15). I would have used alot more on the WSM.

Actually, I put the chucks on this morning while the temps were in the 30's and the Performer was at temp in about 30 minutes.

Here's the finished chuck.

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Old 10-15-2006, 04:38 PM   #4
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Looks good Larry. I would not even attempt it on my kettle.

I don't have a hinged grate.
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Old 10-15-2006, 05:14 PM   #5
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Nice chuckie Larry! Can you give us a review on that Wolfe rub bold?
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Old 10-15-2006, 05:18 PM   #6
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Nice chuckie Larry! Can you give us a review on that Wolfe rub bold?
Nick as much as I'd like to tell you about the fantastic bark, flavor and tenderness of the chuck that was seasoned with Wolfe Rub Bold, I'll refrain from "hawking" my products at the present time.
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Nice chuckie Larry! Can you give us a review on that Wolfe rub bold?
Nick as much as I'd like to tell you about the fantastic bark, flavor and tenderness of the chuck that was seasoned with Wolfe Rub Bold, I'll refrain from "hawking" my products at the present time.[/quote:29hg9ht0]

Darn, now I'll never know!
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Old 10-15-2006, 06:32 PM   #8
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Larry, They are some nice looking chucks. I know they must be good with the WRB.
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Old 10-15-2006, 06:51 PM   #9
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I'm not "hawking" anything so I'll say that Wolfe Rub Bold turns that fatty,boring cut of meat into some good eats!
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Nice looking chucks larry. As the wolfe blod rub go's I would not know he has not put it on he's web site for sell yet so i'm having to go by everyone else word. [smilie=a_whyme.gif] [smilie=a_rolling.gif]


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Good looking Beef Larry!
Save some for beef and bean burritos. (that's what I made last night).
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Looked really good Larry. I bet the "Bold" was really tasty on that chuck.
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nice lookin chucks you got there, and even cooked em on the kettle, impressive
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Nice looking chucks larry. As the wolfe blod rub go's I would not know he has not put it on he's web site for sell yet so i'm having to go by everyone else word. [smilie=a_whyme.gif] [smilie=a_rolling.gif] Good look food buddy!
Link, check THIS out!! Bold is on the market!



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nice lookin chucks you got there, and even cooked em on the kettle, impressive
Actually I used alot less fuel by using the kettle. It was pretty painless on the Kettle, that was the best grill I've ever owned. I love it! If I get the rotisserie exension I'd be able to cook anything on that that I could my WSM's!
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Nice looking chucks larry. As the wolfe blod rub go's I would not know he has not put it on he's web site for sell yet so i'm having to go by everyone else word. [smilie=a_whyme.gif] [smilie=a_rolling.gif] Good look food buddy!
Link, check THIS out!! Bold is on the market!



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nice lookin chucks you got there, and even cooked em on the kettle, impressive
Actually I used alot less fuel by using the kettle. It was pretty painless on the Kettle, that was the best grill I've ever owned. I love it! If I get the rotisserie exension I'd be able to cook anything on that that I could my WSM's![/quote:u5qgb2g8]

I've got the rotiss option but don't seem to put it to much use. I found that beer can chickens taste better than the rotiss one's
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Nice looking chucks larry. As the wolfe blod rub go's I would not know he has not put it on he's web site for sell yet so i'm having to go by everyone else word. [smilie=a_whyme.gif] [smilie=a_rolling.gif] Good look food buddy!
Link, check THIS out!! Bold is on the market!



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nice lookin chucks you got there, and even cooked em on the kettle, impressive
Actually I used alot less fuel by using the kettle. It was pretty painless on the Kettle, that was the best grill I've ever owned. I love it! If I get the rotisserie exension I'd be able to cook anything on that that I could my WSM's![/quote:cgc8r5gy]

I've got the rotiss option but don't seem to put it to much use. I found that beer can chickens taste better than the rotiss one's[/quote:cgc8r5gy]

I meant if I had the extension it would give me more room on the kettle! LOL
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Larry I did not know that you added it to your web site until puff pointed it out to me.

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[quote=Man's Best Friend BBQ][quote="Larry Wolfe":11t24yvh]
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Nice looking chucks larry. As the wolfe blod rub go's I would not know he has not put it on he's web site for sell yet so i'm having to go by everyone else word. [smilie=a_whyme.gif] [smilie=a_rolling.gif] Good look food buddy!
Link, check THIS out!! Bold is on the market!



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nice lookin chucks you got there, and even cooked em on the kettle, impressive
Actually I used alot less fuel by using the kettle. It was pretty painless on the Kettle, that was the best grill I've ever owned. I love it! If I get the rotisserie exension I'd be able to cook anything on that that I could my WSM's![/quote:11t24yvh]

I've got the rotiss option but don't seem to put it to much use. I found that beer can chickens taste better than the rotiss one's[/quote:11t24yvh]


I have found just the opposite here. I enjoy the rotis. chicks much more than the beer can chicks. A little more work but they seem to come out more moist. It could be just me though! [smilie=a_whyme.gif]
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[quote=Nick Prochilo][quote="Man's Best Friend BBQ":3ie7sk7v][quote="Larry Wolfe":3ie7sk7v]
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Nice looking chucks larry. As the wolfe blod rub go's I would not know he has not put it on he's web site for sell yet so i'm having to go by everyone else word. [smilie=a_whyme.gif] [smilie=a_rolling.gif] Good look food buddy!
Link, check THIS out!! Bold is on the market!



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Originally Posted by Man's Best Friend BBQ
nice lookin chucks you got there, and even cooked em on the kettle, impressive
Actually I used alot less fuel by using the kettle. It was pretty painless on the Kettle, that was the best grill I've ever owned. I love it! If I get the rotisserie exension I'd be able to cook anything on that that I could my WSM's![/quote:3ie7sk7v]

I've got the rotiss option but don't seem to put it to much use. I found that beer can chickens taste better than the rotiss one's[/quote:3ie7sk7v]


I have found just the opposite here. I enjoy the rotis. chicks much more than the beer can chicks. A little more work but they seem to come out more moist. It could be just me though! [smilie=a_whyme.gif][/quote:3ie7sk7v]

Well, I've done about 4 chicks rotiss and about 3 beer can chicks, I was just learnin the rotiss so that might be the reason. I've done a pork loin that came out good, wantin to do a lamb. Not dissin the rotiss, I just wish I used it more
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Next time you do a bird on the rotis, shove a stick of butter inside of it after you season it. It will really self baste then!
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