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Old 03-08-2009, 08:04 AM   #1
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Clod and Butts

I got off to a later start than I wanted to this morning…the whole changing the clock thing really sucks..I’ve got two butts and a clod on the 22. I hit the Butts with some Swine Syndicate Rub Out….and the Clod with the Swine Syndicate Beef Rub…I’m using some Kingsford Comp Blend and a mix of Cherry and Hickory from Smokinlicous.
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More stuff might be going on the cooker later…the Mrs is going shopping later….and Mikey is cooking us some steaks in honor of his birthday.

At some point I plan on foiling which I don’t typically do….but this is a freezer cook and the clod could dry out if not foiled…

I also used less charcoal in the chimney then I have in the past and the temps here are much milder than my other cooks….it will be interesting to see how the 22 functions…..
I ended up using a bag and a half of the K comp blend in the ring....we'll see how long it holds up...
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Old 03-08-2009, 08:19 AM   #2
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Are you pulling or slicing that clod ?
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Pulling....when you hit the long muscles...then they will be pulled and chopped to size
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What they charge for clod up there Dave?
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Old 03-08-2009, 08:51 AM   #5
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It was two something..
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Old 03-08-2009, 11:50 AM   #6
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Smelling and looking good...I but a few dogs on for lunch...
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Pardon my ignorance sir..What is a clod ?
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Pardon my ignorance sir..What is a clod ?
Beef Shoulder...before they break it down to its various parts....chuck roast..blade roast ect....you know jp...you aren't that far away...hell I'd even spring for that water you drink...that light stuff......
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Have you heard of a guy around here .............. Puff?
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Pardon my ignorance sir..What is a clod ?
Have you heard of a guy around here .............. Puff?[/quote:2poe0z9o]

Isn't he gay ?
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[quote=john pen][quote="Nick Prochilo":1qdusl84]
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Pardon my ignorance sir..What is a clod ?
Have you heard of a guy around here .............. Puff?[/quote:1qdusl84]

Isn't he gay ?[/quote:1qdusl84]
Then he would be doing a rump roast....
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Are you doing any kind of Easter ham/sausage/bacon thing this year?
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Are you doing any kind of Easter ham/sausage/bacon thing this year?
Yep got the ham coming soon...and two cases of butts for sausage.
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8hrs in and the charcoal in the ring is down to almost nothing...Smoker temp is in the 220-230 range....next time I use the 22 I think I'm going to try sand or foil balls in the water pan...hopefully I'll get a longer burn time with a full ring..
This is how much charcoal is left after 9 hrs…I started with a bag and a half….the ring was full at the start of the cook…

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Clod came out good..nice and beefy…

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Wow... where's the rest of the pics !
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I think it was in the 12lb range...as for the rest of the pics..thats all I took it was a long day cooking
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If it all came out as good as the beef you done good.
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That is 12 lbs after it was cooked right ?

12lbs is small for an uncooked clod. The ones I have seen are more like 20lbs
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