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Poor Mans Burnt Ends Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Dallas Reese

Category:
Category:

Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
Chuck Roast ( get one with marbling in it, fat strands are flavor)
Kosmos - Cow Cover Rub
Killer Hogs - The bbq Rub
Killer Hogs - The Hot Rub
McCormick - Slow cooker powder packet
Brown Sugar


Square foil pan or something similar
Tin Foil
Cooling Rack

Directions:
Directions:
Take roast of of packaging
cut into 1" squares
put pieces into a pan
dust with Kosmos Cow Cover - only one side of meat.
dust with Killer Hogs The BBQ Rub on all sides
dust with Killer Hogs The Hot BBQ Rub on all sides
Make sure each piece of meat is completely covered with rub

Let meat sit on counter and let rub set in.
light smoker or cooking equipment you are using. set temp at 250 degrees
place meat cooling rack and then place on smoker
cook them to the color and bark you desire
when they reach the color and bark you want take off smoker and place them into small foil pan
sprinkle each piece with more The BBQ Rub.
Sprinkle brown sugar on top of each piece
add pork broth to just cover the bottom of pan
add your favorite bbq sauce to bottom of pan
cover with foil and place back into smoker

After 1 hour check burn ends you want them to be nice and tender 205 internal temp .
once they are tender you can brush your bbq sauce from the pan on each piece and them them set on smoker and let the sauce set for 10 min
pull meat off smoker let them set for 5 min and then dig in

Preparation Time:
Preparation Time:
30 min
Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
Things to remember, slow cooking takes time. Don't rush it. Also remember then when cooking bbq there really is no time table on food you cook, it will be done when its done.

 

 

 

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