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NFLNative 10-03-2009 03:09 PM

first time brisket
 
I'm cooking my first brisket tomorrow with a couple of pork butts on my WSM. Any tips to make sure I don't over cook it and what to season it with would be appreciated.:?:

landarc 10-03-2009 04:56 PM

I like the idea of keeping the first brisket as simple as possible. Hence, salt, pepper and maybe a little chile powder. I tend to use a probe to check progress, if it goes in like butter, then you are done. And let it rest once you take it off.

As for temps, I do it wrong, so others might want to chime in. You might want to check the Brethren road map for brisket threads, the temps will be there for when you should come out of stall.


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