And add hickory or oak pellets for the best flavor before preheating your smoker to 275 degrees F.
Season the roast well with salt, pepper, and garlic powder and work it into the roast with your hands.
Place roast in the smoker and smoke until the internal temp reaches 165F.
You can expect it to smoke for 4 1/2 to 6 hours.
Using foil or butcher paper, wrap the roast, and return it to the smoker.
Look for it to take about an hour.
Remove roast and allow it to rest for up to 20 minutes.
With a sharp knife, cut the roast into thick slices, then cube.
Using your favorite barbeque sauce and some brown sugar, cover the cubed meat with the mixture.
For easy clean-up, place the seasoned cubes in a foil pan.
Return the pan to the grill for around 2 hours.
Remove and as a bonus, sprinkle a little brown sugar and a touch more barbeque sauce on top of the cubes.
Return the pan to the grill for a few minutes to finish warming the sauce.
These babies are ready to rock and roll!