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    WSM SD11 Baltimore Pit Beef

    Well, the baby shower in the backyard next door finally wrapped up and I got to fire-up the WSM to make my version of Baltimore Pit Beef for WSM Smoke Day 11.


    USDA Choice CAB top sirloin roast weighing 7.66 pounds.


    Untrimmed roast.


    Removed fat and silverskin.


    Trimmed roast.


    Cut into three pieces for more browning and faster cooking.


    Rub consisting of kosher salt, black pepper, garlic powder, paprika, oregano and cayenne.


    Rubbed the meat, wrapped in plastic and refrigerated overnight.

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    Fired-up the WSM with the Minion Method.


    Top sirloin on the top cooking grate.


    Ran the cooker at 250*F.


    Removed meat when it hit about 100-110*F. Spritzed with water and applied more of the same rub.


    Seared the meat directly over hot coals to 120-125*F for medium rare.


    Sliced thin and served on a kaiser roll with creamy horseradish sauce and white onion.


    Oh so tasty.


    The perfect medium rare roast beef!

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    Nicely done, Chris! I could definitely go for one of your pit beef sandwiches right now.
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    That is a really nice piece of meat there...excellent job. It's amazing that 'steak' costs $60
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Allingham View Post
    The perfect medium rare roast beef!
    Hard to argue with that. Mighty fine cook!
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    Very Nice Chris!
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    Great to see a cook from you this Smoke Day Chris! Cheers!

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    Great looking roast Chris. Gotta love reverse sear.
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    looks perfect - cool cut of cow - Haven't seen that done too often
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    Wow Chris you've got to do more posts, that's like a tutorial on the proper way to cook a sirloin! Very nice indeed!
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