Burnt ends & Alarms

ken g

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  1. Bull
  2. Stampede
Todays menu included burnt ends from a chuck roast. Smoked it on Xtreme Smoke for 1 hour then brought it up to 225 until it reached 155. Added 1/4 cup of beef broth, wrapped tightly and cooked until 203. Removed from smoker, sliced and cubed the meat and finished in electric skillet. This is second time I have used this recipe and it rocks.

For what it is worth, I used iPhone app to turn smoker on at church, set food temp alarms multiple times and each time it worked as advertised. Temp graphs were consistently reported as well.

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Wslayer

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  1. Stampede
I just made a Couple flat iron steaks last night. Was going to reverse sear so set alarms at 95°. Temp cruised right on by up to 105° when pulled, without sounding alarm. Not sure why some are working and some aren't ?
 

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