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Old 09-28-2020, 06:33 PM
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Default Smoking good!!!

Momma wasn't feeding me so I had to stock up for the winter.

Seasoned and vac sealed these for 8 days this round and Boy Oh Boy did it make a difference in the intensity of flavor.
Slow smoked around 220*-230*, hickory with a touch of mesquite.
Allowed to rest.








Old 09-29-2020, 06:51 PM
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That’s lookin very good!
Old 09-30-2020, 01:32 PM
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Been seasoning and vac paking for a while now .
​​​​​​Seems to save me some time also when making dinner, along with adding flavor.
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so yummy.... but patience is the secret to good food.
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Originally Posted by slickbirchwood View Post
so yummy.... but patience is the secret to good food.
Patience??? What's that?

Season properly, vac seal, smoke and forget.
Check every couple of hrs. until desired internal temps are hit, remove from smoker, wrap in butcher paper and stuff into a cooler for 1hr. to 1-1/2 hr.'s.

Seasoning, vac sealing and proper temperature control are the key factors.
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Man that looks good.

Always thought about doing that but never tried it
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While the roast came out tasting absolutely delicious it still required thin slicing, which makes awesome subs. Used some the other night for a "Quick" stew dinner and that didn't turn out so well. Needed steel teeth to chew the meat.
Definitely needs some stewing if used for stew. I can't stop laughing about that stew meat. It only Sucked because of the toughness, tasted great though. Suck the gravy off the meat and SPIT the meat out. ~

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