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Old 03-29-2011, 11:51 AM   #1
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Talking Slowcooker/BBQ Beef

Anyone use slow cookers here?

BBQ Beef The Texas Shortcut

2+lbs of good braising beef
Can or Box of either beef or chicken stock
Water or beer to top off the stock and cover the beef.

Sear the outside with a hot fry pan and use a steel spatula and tongs to turn the meat.

Put in a slow cooker on hi. Cover with stock, water, and or beer.
Slow cook for no more than 4 hours.
Remove and pat dry.

BBQ on high (or if using coals hot one side)
Smother the beef with your favorite BBQ sauce (Mine is Stubb's spicy this week)
Sear the beef outsides on the hot BBQ
Turn down to a low heat and put the beef on aluminum foil wrapped all around.
Slow cook for another hour (More if the beef was bigger than 2lbs)
Remove from the BBQ and let it rest
Slice across the grain mmmmmmmmm tasty

Remember, there are 2 more recipes for Texas BBQ beef than there are Texans
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"Remember, there are 2 more recipes for Texas BBQ beef than there are Texans."

I don't think that's correct. I always heard that whenever there are two Texans arguing, there are always four opinons!

But that recipe does sound good. But if you just omitted the chicken or beef stock and used all beer ...
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"Remember, there are 2 more recipes for Texas BBQ beef than there are Texans."

I don't think that's correct. I always heard that whenever there are two Texans arguing, there are always four opinons!

But that recipe does sound good. But if you just omitted the chicken or beef stock and used all beer ...
My wife is Texan so I have to be conservative in my estimates. She's told me a million times not to exaggerate

And all beer substitute works too because I tried it....Then ran out of beer and regretted it..... Beef was good though
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