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A beef shoulder typically weighing 14 to 18 pounds. Popular in Texas, where it’s seasoned with salt and pepper and smoked for the better part of a day. Clod is the house specialty of Texas Hill Country barbecue joints like the Kreuz Market in Lockhart. Outside of Texas, you’re likely to find it at Latino markets.
 
A beef shoulder typically weighing 14 to 18 pounds. Popular in Texas, where it’s seasoned with salt and pepper and smoked for the better part of a day. Clod is the house specialty of Texas Hill Country barbecue joints like the Kreuz Market in Lockhart. Outside of Texas, you’re likely to find it at Latino markets.
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Latest revision as of 17:24, 23 November 2013

A beef shoulder typically weighing 14 to 18 pounds. Popular in Texas, where it’s seasoned with salt and pepper and smoked for the better part of a day. Clod is the house specialty of Texas Hill Country barbecue joints like the Kreuz Market in Lockhart. Outside of Texas, you’re likely to find it at Latino markets.

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