Try this delicious smoked beef chuck roast recipe.
Add oak wood chips to your smoker.
Preheat smoker to 225F.
While the smoker is heating up, rub olive oil on the chuck roast. Be sure to cover thoroughly.
Place rub ingredients in a shallow bowl and mix together thoroughly.
Coat the entire roast with the rub, being as generous as possible.
Place roast in the smoker and let it smoke for one hour for every pound of meat.
Check meat temperature during last hour of smoking. If you want to slice the meat, remove when it reaches 165F. If you want the meat to fall apart, remove when it reaches 190F.
Let meat rest for 20 to 30 minutes before slicing or serving.