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Cmath

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The clod is a shoulder cut. I think it's underrated for smoking. You don't see it because it is usually turned into ground. I have to special order them from the butcher. The process is similar to brisket .
 

gr8dain

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Wanted some ribs so I smoked some. No sauce. Just rub. Took a little nibble and I am happy so far. Hopefully they come off the bone nicely
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Lobsters we did not cook, but ate them happily at the Seal Cove picinic area on Mt Desert Island, Maine.

Breakfast my wife and I made at our rwnted apartment in Bar Harbor, Maine. I picked the wild Maine blueberries in Acadia National Park Sunday. Pictures where Tuesday and Monday.
 

gr8dain

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Thinking of smoking something beef tomorrow. Treating myself. Gotta run to the store and see what they have.
 

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Working on smoking a pork tenderloin right now... will have to get a pic in a bit. Leinenkugel's Summer Shandy rub is pretty amazing on pork, so we just rocked a bunch of that with apple juice injected prior.
 

gr8dain

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Played with the smoker again. Wanted to do a tri tip, but Costco did not have one. They did have round tip, so I tried that. I think it came out well.
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I got the internal temp to 140. Used hickory chips. It was in for a little over 3 hours then wrapped in foil for 2 more setting in the oven.
 

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Glad to see you didn't cook it to death ! I know out in the west Costco has some real nice tri tips with a nice fat cap.
 

gr8dain

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Glad to see you didn't cook it to death ! I know out in the west Costco has some real nice tri tips with a nice fat cap.
I will keep an eye out for them. And I like my beef to bleed at least a little so I was afraid 140 was too high. But I think it turned out well.
 

Cmath

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Cooking for a wedding and rehearsal dinner this weekend. The one on the left is a 15lb Wagyu brisket and the piece on the right
is a 30lb Clod.
 

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Belizeit

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What temperature are you going to go with the clod ? How many hours do you think ? My brother did his first a few months ago, about 18-20 lbs for about 7 hours. He said it came out good. To me he usually goes to hot where I've heard around 180 degrees and closer to 12 hrs
 

Cmath

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What temperature are you going to go with the clod ? How many hours do you think ? My brother did his first a few months ago, about 18-20 lbs for about 7 hours. He said it came out good. To me he usually goes to hot where I've heard around 180 degrees and closer to 12 hrs
I will run it at 200-225 until it doesn't fight back. That's probably 185-190 and 18-24 hours for 30pounder. Then let it rest for 4hours
 
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