Smoked Chuck Roast

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I have a few times the first one did not trun out well, but after some learning lessons on the first one after they were great.
 

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I have. Easy to over cook. I learned to wrap it in foil for the last portion of the cook to not dry out.
I use them as my "beef" portion in my Brunswick stew.
 

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I just did my first one, it came out fantastic! 8 hours total cooking time on my Pit boss 1600 at 225 with it wrapped in butcher paper for the last 3 hours. I rested it for 2.5 hours in a cooler wrapped in a towel.It was a 6 pound chuck roast.
 

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Has anyone tried smoking Chuck Roast steak?
Did my first one a week ago. Wasn't terrible, but I rushed it a bit. The girls thought it was OK. I did it again Wednesday and took a little more time. Turned out much better. Wrapped in smokin paper the last 3 hours, rested in a cooler an hour. My picky 14 year old daughter thought it was pretty good. I'll take that as a win. (She's partial to smoked pork tenderloin. Not my favorite, but I'm just the cook...)
 

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I just did my first one, it came out fantastic! 8 hours total cooking time on my Pit boss 1600 at 225 with it wrapped in butcher paper for the last 3 hours. I rested it for 2.5 hours in a cooler wrapped in a towel.It was a 6 pound chuck roast.
SAME ! Did this last weekend and it came out AMAZING. One thing I did do is add some beef tallow when I wrapped it. Smoked at 225 for about 5/6 hours til it hit 165 on the probes. Wrapped in butcher paper and with about 3 tablespoons of beef tallow. Smoked for another 2 to 3 hours til it hit 205 internal. Rested in cooler for about 3 hours as well.
 

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SAME ! Did this last weekend and it came out AMAZING. One thing I did do is add some beef tallow when I wrapped it. Smoked at 225 for about 5/6 hours til it hit 165 on the probes. Wrapped in butcher paper and with about 3 tablespoons of beef tallow. Smoked for another 2 to 3 hours til it hit 205 internal. Rested in cooler for about 3 hours as well.
Nice! Glad it worked for you. I just got tallow to try with my last brisket. I'll be using it on beef when I can.
 

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So far I have made 2 chuck roasts and they turned out pretty good. Much cheaper than a brisket so if it messes up I'm not out a ton of money eating an old boot! Should probably do another one this weekend.
 

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