In my opinion, temperature control is one of, if not thee most important things tn cooking a good brisket. So if you have good control of temps on your pit, you're good to go.
08-16-2010 07:03 AM
I have an all wood smoker, and controlling the temp can be difficult at times. I believe you have to be carefull on how much u open the door, and how long it's left open. I open to mop or spray every hour... really fast then close it.. Mopping is the key i believe... moisture, moisture, moisture.. When i do this i can keep my smoker over 200... to 225. It is an art of what i have noticed. But you can pick up fast.. Low and Slow and have patience!!! Its not easy...lol But very fun..
Kris...... Beverly Hills ,Fl :cool:
08-16-2010 09:03 AM
Originally Posted by Smiter Q
Here ya go... a GREAT Tutorial and guide to get you up and going... or smoking rather!:thumb: