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I got an nice little 3 1/2 lb rib roast at Lowe’s for a good price so I decided to give one a try on my Kamado Joe. I used a Dijon herb wet rub and gave it a little smoke with some post oak. I like to cook mine to 120 degrees. I normally go at a higher heat, but I stayed around 250-275 on this one. It turned out good, but I think I’ll stick to baking it at a higher heat with a little less smoke. Don’t get me wrong. It was delicious, but I like a more traditional flavor.

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Delicious looking roast. However, Lowe's in our neighborhood is a big box competitor of Home Depot.

I might have to visit Lowe's again to see what they offer. LOL! Great Cook - enjoy!

 

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12 hours ago, K_sqrd said:

Delicious looking roast. However, Lowe's in our neighborhood is a big box competitor of Home Depot.

I might have to visit Lowe's again to see what they offer. LOL! Great Cook - enjoy!

 

We have both. The only things they both sell are BBQ sauce and water.

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