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Old 10-09-2015, 01:04 PM   #1
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Smoked Marinated Chuck Roast


Three lb. Chuck Roast and the fix-ins.

Next day 11:00 am out of the fridge and onto a rack over apple juice.



On the Egg 220* indirect.



Wrapped the roast in foil for 2 hrs @ 170* and added two potatoes.

Served with baked potato, and the Chuck Roast had a wonderful flavor from the marinade and well do it again.

Recipe:Marinated Chuck Roast Recipe | Taste of Home

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Old 10-09-2015, 03:12 PM   #2
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I'm going to give that a go with a Tri Tip Ross. That looks and sounds delish!
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Old 10-09-2015, 04:01 PM   #3
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I'm going to give that a go with a Tri Tip Ross. That looks and sounds delish!
Thanks Kayelle, go for it let me know how it went

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Looks great, Ross!
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Looks great, Ross!
Thanks Cheryl

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Ross, Nice way to show how to convert an oven recipe to grilling.

Do you know about how long you cooked it at a low temp before you wrapped the roast? It looks like it finished juicy and is still slightly pink.

As a side note, we live in tri-tip deprivation country, but chuck roasts are one of my/ our favorite roasts to prepare.

Thanks.
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I'm going to give that a go with a Tri Tip Ross. That looks and sounds delish!
Poor Ross - he's gonna be tri tipped
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Ross, Nice way to show how to convert an oven recipe to grilling.

Do you know about how long you cooked it at a low temp before you wrapped the roast? It looks like it finished juicy and is still slightly pink.

As a side note, we live in tri-tip deprivation country, but chuck roasts are one of my/ our favorite roasts to prepare.

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Yes, four hrs.

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Looks amazing!
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