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Old 12-15-2007, 10:39 AM   #1
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Frozen Chuck

8.75 lb Chuck Roast


Slathered with Zatarains, and rubbed with WRB.


Cooking over Wicked Good Lump, apple, maple, and a little orange (I like the taste of orange with cow).


It happens to be a balmy 4 degrees F.
12-20 inches of snow expected here.
Fricking Hooray!
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Old 12-15-2007, 10:44 AM   #2
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you go boy! Never heard of the Zat mustard on that...done it before?
You making pulled beef?
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Old 12-15-2007, 10:47 AM   #3
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Do you live on the edge of the artic circle?
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That's gonna be good eatin' Scotty!!! Don't forget the slice onion and Revs!!!
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Old 12-15-2007, 10:51 AM   #5
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and the onion rings on the sammie!
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Old 12-15-2007, 10:53 AM   #6
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Yeah, I used it before. I use it on most everything. Can't say for sure that you can actually taste it once it's done, but I like to think the grains give it a lil something extra.

Yup, pulled beef sammich with Revs n onion !

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Do you live on the edge of the artic circle?
Close. 30 minutes from the VT/CA border.
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Old 12-15-2007, 11:16 AM   #7
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Way to go Scotty. I can't wait to see the finished pics. I love chuck.
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Old 12-15-2007, 11:35 AM   #8
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Go Scotty Go! Looks like a REAL practice for the "Frozen Few"!
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Go Scotty Go! Looks like a REAL practice for the "Frozen Few"!
Should be renamed the "Frozen Few Idiots"

Now that's a hunka cow.
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Old 12-15-2007, 01:13 PM   #11
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Nice lookin' chuck -- anything over 6-7 lb is real hard to find here.

Talk about umami, chuck's got tons of it.

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Nice lookin' chuck -- anything over 6-7 lb is real hard to find here. Talk about umami, chuck's got tons of it.
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John, just go to where ever you get yours, and ask the butcher for a 8 lb'er. If they are cutting them up to put into the case, they'll have em. I very seldom even look at the case. Talk to the guy with the knife !
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John, just go to where ever you get yours, and ask the butcher for a 8 lb'er. If they are cutting them up to put into the case, they'll have em. I very seldom even look at the case. Talk to the guy with the knife !
Sound advice. I usually wait until they are having a sale on chuck and then approach the guy behind the meat case and tell him I want something in the 8 to 10 pound range. Much more often than not, he pulls out a chuck primal that looks to be about 20 to 25 pounds and saws of a hunk.
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Zat's mustard is good stuff, I eat it on meatballs.
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Shhh.... it's resting!



Made up some fresh Kaiser rolls. Just made a 2 roll batch since I've never tried the recipe before. If I like em, I can make more tomorrow during the storm.



Man... smells great in here !!! BBQ, fresh baked bread.... I'll post sammich pics later... (If I'm sober) or in the morning after I snowblow the driveway !

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Scotty, how are the rolls? Please post the recipe!
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Nick...Kaisers are easy. It's a lean dough. The key is steamy proofing and baking so they get nice and crusty! I'll throw the recipe in the recipe section, and link it later. Mine shoulda been more "poofy", but I blame it on old crappy flour.

Man.... Look at the juices!
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Nick...Kaisers are easy. It's a lean dough. The key is steamy proofing and baking so they get nice and crusty! I'll throw the recipe in the recipe section, and link it later. Mine shoulda been more "poofy", but I blame it on old crappy flour.

Man.... Look at the juices!
Excellent!
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