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nrok2118 09-12-2010 06:29 PM

First Brisket HELP!!!!!!
 
Im doing my first brisket, just a little guy less than 3# like a half a flat. Either way I put it on earlier along with other things, but problem is its been on for 6 hours and still is interally 170ish range. Ive probed multiple places in the brisket, Im not foiling it to get a better bark since its a smaller peice but now it seems to be taking forever, anybody else have this result with a smaller piece of flat?? Im going LOW AND SLOW, maintaining about 215ish on the wsm, should i just let it go?

Strike BBQ 09-12-2010 06:39 PM

170 is a point where BBQ tends to plateau. I would not worry too much, but the pit temp seems a little low at 215. I would stoke it to 225-250. Of course all those opening o probe the meat is not helping your cause one bit.

mikeTRON 09-12-2010 07:06 PM

How many times have you opened it to check on the brisket?
Each time you open it adds 15 minutes to the cook in my opinion :)
Also you said you are cooking some other things so did they require you to open the lid a bunch of times?
How many times in the last 6 hours have you opened the smoker?
When you open the smoker how long does it stay open?

Have you ever cooked anything 4 lbs or bigger like a pork butt?

Dont worry man your brisket will take time, you cant rush BBQ, unfortunately hehe

Now that is has been an extra hour I might check on it every hour or 1/2 hour to see if its climbing. You are in the stall stage of a brisket. Look it up if you want more info

Either way man just relax and let the smoker do its thing :)

LMAJ 09-12-2010 07:55 PM

Hi - yep - let it go. Just remember - it's dome when it's done. It's cool and wet in PA today. If you want to speed things up some, wrap it in foil now.

nrok2118 09-12-2010 08:01 PM

yeah i took the fatty off and the temps got up around 260+, i let her go and temps got to 190 decently fast, wrapped in foil and a towel and got her in a cooler for an hour or two, we'll see how she turns out!


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