Mule Deer Roast in my new smoker

bigeasygator

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Decided to do a roast from my New Mexico mule deer in my new electric smoker. First attempt at using it. Did a marinade of worcheshire and soy sauce with some herbs and spices, let it marinate for 24 hours, then coated it in Montreal steak seasoning. Here's the before and the first cut! ImageUploadedByTapatalk1354491792.043855.jpg ImageUploadedByTapatalk1354491805.576876.jpg ImageUploadedByTapatalk1354491817.526339.jpg
 
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Awesome! Had people who weren't deer eaters ask for seconds! Served them with mashed potatoes and asparagus.
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Thats the best! I never tell friends what they are eating until they have polished off every crumb from the cutting board.

"You like antelope?"

"No"

"Yeah you do"
 

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Sounds awesome big easy!

Pretty funny how many people think they don't like game meat...I think the issue is largely a mental one. Sureis fun to help them realize its better than they thought!
 

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Does the smoker also cook the meat, or just flavor it and you cook the meat after/before smoking?
 
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Cooks the whole thing Robby...set it and forget it haha I had the smoker set at 225 degrees and it took about 2.5 hours to cook the roast to 140 degrees. The leftovers make great sandwich/taco meat the next day as well!
 
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