How to Make Slow Cooker Barbecued Beef | BBQ Beef Recipe | AllRecipes

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  1. If one does not like the fat all you have to do is the old southern secret, take out your drippings and put in a big bowl, then place in the freezer, the fat will float to the top in no time and you can skim it right out and add the drippings right back to the pot. but fat is flavor so keep that in mind.

  2. I just made this and can't wait to eat it tonight! The only thing about this recipe, your sauce after incorporating all the ingredients, looked thick like ketchup. Mine, was a lot more liquid like but I put the exact measurements…I don't get it. Still, looking forward to it. Tx for recipe!

  3. Thanks to your videos I am learning how to cook. I am 43 years old. I know I know I should have learnt a long time ago. But thanks to your videos I am learning now. I have already made chocolate chip cookies. And I have learnt to make homemade custard pie. So I wanted to tell you that I appreciate you and your videos. And thank you for giving me the courage and tools to learn how to cook.

  4. OMG yuuuuuuuuuum!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I tried this for the first time last year on the American cruise I went on…it is soooo good. I will definitely be trying this recipe out.

  5. My only suggestion (because it looked like a chuck roast, which usually has a good amount of fat), would be, after removing the roast from the pot to shred it, maybe use a fat separator to reduce the amount in the sauce (or at least skim it) before re-adding the meat.

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