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Old 08-12-2006, 09:26 AM   #1
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Doing a little RDT&E

I've been working on a new product so I'm doing doing a little RDT&E on a 6lb chuck roast on the Performer using the Wolfe Rub "Bold" prototype. The Bold is more robust, coarse and spicier than the Original Wolfe Rub. Should go very well with beef, but I'll wait and see.

I'm using the Performer with 1 charcoal basket with Kingsford and Hickory chips mixed in.

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Old 08-12-2006, 09:44 AM   #2
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I can envision myself slapping that meat in between a french loaf and eating it all as a sammie.
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A few years from now I'll be saying "Yeah, I knew Larry back when it was just a little business run out of his house."

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I still have no is idea why you insist on using hickory smoke with beef...try mesquite!!!

Good luck with the new rub trial... [-o<
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A few years from now I'll be saying "Yeah, I knew Larry back when it was just a little business run out of his house."

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years latter Griff remarks, "Now he's living on the streets selling plasma to buy beer"
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I still have no is idea why you insist on using hickory smoke with beef...try mesquite!!!

Good luck with the new rub trial... [-o<
probably cause he doesn't want his beef to taste like mesquite. #-o
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I like the looks of the prototype rub
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Mesquite stinks...it's a Texas weed that is sold to Ohioans who think they
are getting real authentic Texas flavor.
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Perhaps post oak would be a better idea!
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Looks goooood to me !
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We're slowly getting there. Temps at 160*, still got a ways to go, but it smells awfully good so far!!

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Man you can really see the rub on there!
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Look'n dang good so far. Wish I had some of that for din-din. 8-[
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Mesquite stinks...it's a Texas weed that is sold to Ohioans who think they
are getting real authentic Texas flavor.
Now that's funny... I don't care who you are!
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Man you can really see the rub on there!
I like my rubs coarse. Looks great Larry!


BTW Larry... steel wool or a green scotchbrite....work great for cleaning probes.
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Let me be the first to volunteer for any field Beta testing that may be necessary prior to "Bold Wolfe" Rub becoming available to the public.
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I 2nd that one. looking good wolfe
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I think I came close, but no home run. I've definitely got a good base to go with. It needs more "punch", it's got spice, just not enough to be called "Bold"! I think I'm about 2 Tablespoons from the home run! Gonna try some steaks one day this week and see what happens.

Anyways, this was a good chuck roast. Chucks are defnitely worth the effort of cooking!

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Looks great Larry =P~
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Chuckie shaw do be look'n good. 8-[
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