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    Going to be doing this tomorrow. Still debating whether or not to use wood. Going to go with bunches of green onions (love em') instead of red, and red peppers instead of green, and changing from beer to broth. I'll see how she goes. I'm not crazy for chuck as pot roast, I'll see if I like it this way. I've never bought it before my wife always does, I was surprised to see it cost the same as brisket per pound.
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    Doing this one right now, but am not doing on charcoal. It should still come out good.

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    Made this yesterday and it turned out awesome. Thanks Larry for the great recipe! Huge hit at my house. Leftovers are great in eggs.

    Thanks again!
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    Any guestimates on how long it takes to get the chuck up to 165 on the grill ? I'm guessing 1.5 hours ? Thanks. Putting it on now...
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    Originally posted by Chris E:
    Any guestimates on how long it takes to get the chuck up to 165 on the grill ? I'm guessing 1.5 hours ? Thanks. Putting it on now...
    For some reason mine took about 2.5-3 hours to get to 165 on the smoker at 250 degrees. In the beginning the temps were flying up but then plateaud in the 150's.

    I would set aside at least 6 hours for this. Don't rush it and it turns out awesome!
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    Thanks. I'm pushing 2 hrs now and I'm at 145. Wanted to be eating by the 2pm game. I'll give another 40 min and probably throw it in the oven and just cook it a little longer.
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    Came out great. I'll allow more time to smoke the chuck next time. I only used one jalapeno since my wife can't do spicy. There is definitely some jalapeno flavor and a tiny nip but definitely not hot. Guiness flavor is awseome.
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    I just made this dish on Sun for the 9'r game. The only changes for us (kids eating) i only used one Jalapeno and less pepper/salt. I will increase the salt next time. It was lengthy cook - meat on at about noon and foiled around 2:45 at exactly 160 (280 kettle temp).

    My biggest issue using the kettle is putting on too much fuel. When i start and refuel I put a chimney full and the temp spikes to 450 (of course!!) so i have to close it all down and let temps reduce...have to try a little less fuel or maybe finish it off on the gasser...

    Anyway, left in foil till about 5:30 then shredded and back on uncovered for another 25 min while we baked the rolls.

    My wife is not a big BBQ fan and has not always been fully appreciative of my new hobby. However she gave this dish a definate two thumbs up. Even the kids enjoyed it.

    A delicious dish Mr. Wolfe! One that i can't wait to share. Thank you very much!!
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    I did mine Saturday on the 22.5 OTG Kettle. I piled up the left over charcoal from previous cook on one side (about 1/3 chimney). Then I lit about 10 briquets in the chimney and dumped them on top of the unlit pile. I set the bottom vent open about 25% and the top vent open full. When the temp hit 250 in about 10 min I closed the top vent to 50% and that garage sale kettle chugged right along at around 260 for 2.5 hours.

    Warning !! My wife HATED this dish since she doesn't like beer and the beef really picks up the stout flavor. I might try it with a little chianti next time.

    But my son and I at until we were full and took it for lunch the next day. We loved it!!
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    There you go again Larry...scrolling through the grilling forum i stumbled a upon this and made it on Sunday...Simply wonderful. couldn"t find stout but used Guniess Draught instead (tell me if theres much of a difference I'm not a beer guy)

    I even used a chuckeye roast I found in the freezer that was almost 2 years old and it still was wonderful1!! Great freezer cleanout recipe.

    Anyways what a way to get over the I can't take any more turkey blues...
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