Packed with rich flavor, this appetizer recipe uses pecan wood to infuse the chicken and the dip with hearty smokiness.
Round steak or eye of round roast doesn’t get a ton of attention from most people. It’s a pretty lean cut of meat and as a result it can lack flavor and be tough—if not prepared correctly. The upside is that it’s relatively inexpensive and, when done right, it can make a whole bunch of people really happy. Today we’re making smoked roast beef using the eye of round roast, and we’re going to impart flavor into this meat in two different ways.