Show us what you're cooking...

Thor8594

Premium Member!
Premium Member
Military Veteran
Messages
117
Location
Gilbert, AZ
Grill(s) owned
  1. Bull
Threw a 15lbs brisket on at 4AM, 1st one on the Bull. Anxious to see if it cooks the same as the stick burner. Fingers crossed
 

Attachments

  • 20210221_041510.jpg
    20210221_041510.jpg
    3.2 MB · Views: 7

Thor8594

Premium Member!
Premium Member
Military Veteran
Messages
117
Location
Gilbert, AZ
Grill(s) owned
  1. Bull
Keep us posted. I have a prime brisket in the freezer for my first cook on the Bull.
Ok, the cook is done. The bull runs a bit hot and the cook only took 10.5hrs to get to 203. Used the Texas crutch and turned it up a bit. The flavor was a bit weak as far as the smoke goes but the wife loves it. All in all, for the first brisket it was pretty good.
 

Attachments

  • 20210221_163539.jpg
    20210221_163539.jpg
    4 MB · Views: 12
  • 20210221_163821.jpg
    20210221_163821.jpg
    3.1 MB · Views: 11
  • 20210221_163827.jpg
    20210221_163827.jpg
    3 MB · Views: 12
  • 20210221_164522.jpg
    20210221_164522.jpg
    3.2 MB · Views: 12

Blues1

Well-known member
Lifetime Premium!
Premium Member
Messages
743
Location
SC
Grill(s) owned
  1. Bull
Ok, the cook is done. The bull runs a bit hot and the cook only took 10.5hrs to get to 203. Used the Texas crutch and turned it up a bit. The flavor was a bit weak as far as the smoke goes but the wife loves it. All in all, for the first brisket it was pretty good.
I'd be very happy with that. Pellet smokers are a bit weak on the smoke flavor. I always use a smoke tube, it really helps. Great job!
 

ghuns

Well-known member
Messages
111
Grill(s) owned
  1. Bull
Wife brought home a 2 pound block of one year aged cheddar from the fridge at her office. It was part of a Christmas gift basket and nobody wanted it. I sampled a bit and it's really good, but it needs something...

I KNOW! SMOKE!!!

w7if4FOl.jpg
 

Blues1

Well-known member
Lifetime Premium!
Premium Member
Messages
743
Location
SC
Grill(s) owned
  1. Bull
I hate to say it but meat was tougher than I would have liked. I shouldn't have used Ben's Heffer Dust, not a fan.
Every cook may not turn out just right. Some wonderful cooks, some not so great, even disappointing. I have the same thing happen. Save it, grind it and put in chili or baked beans. Sometimes you'll get a tough cut of meat no matter what. I pass on a lot of chucks until I see one with lots of marbling. I'll get it every time and stick in the freezer til time to use.
 

Chris_G

Rec-Traeger Frankenstein
Premium Member
Messages
1,007
Location
Alexandria, VA
Grill(s) owned
  1. Bull
  2. Bullseye
Every cook may not turn out just right. Some wonderful cooks, some not so great, even disappointing. I have the same thing happen. Save it, grind it and put in chili or baked beans. Sometimes you'll get a tough cut of meat no matter what. I pass on a lot of chucks until I see one with lots of marbling. I'll get it every time and stick in the freezer til time to use.
Great suggestion, thanks.

The rub thing really amazes me. I taste it and it doesn't seem to spicy. Then when I use it and taste the end product it's to spicy. I will have to find me a go to rub that the family likes and stick with it.
 

sdynak

Premium Member!
Premium Member
Messages
502
Location
Bayville, NJ
Grill(s) owned
  1. Bull
  2. Matador
Tonights plate for me and the Bride. One of our faves.. reverse seared Berkshire Thick Chops & steamed fresh broccoli. Happy Wife.. Happy Life ;)

Seasoned W/ Heffer Dust
On the Bull set @ 225 to 95* first side
Flipped then to 125* on second side
Then hit the Weber with flat side sear plates @550-575* until 145* IT. Few minutes each side

Life is good :)

IMG_8950.jpg

IMG_8951.jpg

IMG_8952.jpg



IMG_8954.jpg
 

Attachments

  • IMG_8953.jpg
    IMG_8953.jpg
    1.5 MB · Views: 1
  • IMG_8953.jpg
    IMG_8953.jpg
    1.5 MB · Views: 0

Blues1

Well-known member
Lifetime Premium!
Premium Member
Messages
743
Location
SC
Grill(s) owned
  1. Bull

jfrosty27

Well-known member
Messages
76
Location
Muskego, WI
Grill(s) owned
  1. Bull
Stuffed pork tenderloin tonight. Smoked on the RT-700. Yummy
 

Attachments

  • 62010ED9-B92F-4E3D-AFF9-12B063DA7E9C.jpeg
    62010ED9-B92F-4E3D-AFF9-12B063DA7E9C.jpeg
    1.8 MB · Views: 7
  • 4A802642-DDDE-46CE-BAB2-6AD5EB8FAF69.jpeg
    4A802642-DDDE-46CE-BAB2-6AD5EB8FAF69.jpeg
    1.7 MB · Views: 6
  • 9EBB4C6F-0170-4FA4-B972-A1FFF33388F3.jpeg
    9EBB4C6F-0170-4FA4-B972-A1FFF33388F3.jpeg
    1.5 MB · Views: 7
  • 5C277A97-322E-4951-A8CB-B28EB528689F.jpeg
    5C277A97-322E-4951-A8CB-B28EB528689F.jpeg
    1.6 MB · Views: 7

Create an account or login to comment

You must be a member in order to leave a comment

Create account

Create an account on our community. It's easy!

Log in

Already have an account? Log in here.

Similar threads

Latest posts

Top