Wednesday, May 25, 2022

Chuck Roast in the Snow

Chuck Roast is something I end up smoking quite a bit.

Ever since Chuck Roast on Weber Kettle and Crock-pot ... way back in late 2019, my process in cooking Chuck Roast is to smoke it for 3 or 4 hours, and then put it in the crock pot for the rest of the day.

This allows me to get done with the smoking early in the day. When the chuck is in the crock pot, I don't have to pay attention to it.

So ... I can spend the part of the day when the rest of my family is up doing something else.

It works out great. At some point I may try the same process with a pork butt.

Anyway ... as I mentioned in a couple of posts recently, the Denver area got a bunch of snow Friday night into Saturday. I cleared out the snow to get a chuck roast on the kettle.

I got the chuck roast on the kettle around 6am. I let it smoke for about 3 hours.

The aroma of hickory smoke and cooking beef is truly a wonder thing.

Around 9:30 or so .. I pulled the chuck off the kettle and put it the crock pot on low along with about a cup of beef broth.

I let it cook until around 5pm. 

At that point, I poured out the liquid, and shredded the beef. I poured most of the liquid back in and let the shredded beef cook a bit more until dinner time ... around 6pm.

It is a great meat for sandwiches. 

Such a good meal.

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