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    Pulled Chuck

    Cooked a pair of Wolfeman inspired chuck roasts. Each was about 3.5 lbs. They were coated with paprika, garlic powder, and italian seasoning. I put them on indirect to 170 degrees. Then they were foiled with a little apple juice and turbinado sugar and brought to 210 degrees. De-fatted the braising juice and mixed it with some Stubbs BBQ sauce before creating some overstuffed sandwiches. They were tasty!
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    Excellent!!!!! You can tell you cooked them perfectly and they were moist!!! I'm hungry now!!!
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