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Bluesman 09-19-2010 06:19 PM

First Time Brisket, Thanks to all PR0N
 
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I want to start off by thanking all of the Brethren who contibuted thoughts and ideas to me yesterday for this brisket adventure. I started with an 8# CAB flat, seasoned with Montreal, S&P and fridged overnight. Plans were to start this guy at 4:00 am this morning. The additnal nightcaps last night prevented me from making that happen. So onto the UDS at 7:30, over some hickory. I must say that when you put one of these on fat side down, it sure do smoke. Anyway, cooked at 325* and it was probe tender at 1:45 this afternoon. I did foil in broth the last hour as it seemed somewhat dry when I probed it. Let it rest for about and hour then carved. Parts of the brisket shredded and did not carve into nice peices, although one chunk did very nicley. Not sure if I missed my pre cut, perpendicular to the grain or what. As it turned out it was very good. Need to use less Montreal next time, a bit on the salty side and try it at 250* for a longer time. All in all my wife and I were very pleased. The shredded protion will work great for burittos and the slices for sammies. Meat was tender and juicy, more so in some portions than others, and the smoke ring and bark were great. So, on with the PR0N. Ready to cook, three hours in, after the post cook rest and some slice pics. Thanks again for all of the help.

You Folks are the Best. :-D

SmokinAussie 09-19-2010 06:29 PM

Nice looking result Bluesman! For a first try, that is pretty impressive. I'm thinking with a cut of meat that large, you're always gonna get some part of it to shred no matter what you do... I wish I could try some!

Cheers!

Bill

Cre-B-Ce 09-19-2010 06:31 PM

:clap2: :thumb:

Vince B 09-19-2010 06:40 PM

Wow look at that smoke ring!:clap2:

At the temp you cooked this one at I would say it was more of HH brisket. I wonder if you had foiled at 160* how much quicker it would have been done and if you would have liked the results even better. For your first brisket I am completely jealous. Nice work.:thumb:Vince

CurDog 09-19-2010 06:47 PM

Nicely done Bluesman. I too have to watch the seasoning when I am trying something new but.. as you know... bbq-ing is an iterative, time-honored process. Get back in there and.. JUST KEEP DOIN' IT!

Cur Dog

Wampus 09-19-2010 06:52 PM

:clap2::thumb::becky:

Big Ace 09-19-2010 07:23 PM

take a :bow:

swampdrummer 09-19-2010 08:09 PM

Very nice! Looks incredible!

realspaazz 09-19-2010 08:15 PM

Looks awesome, nice smoke ring. Brisket is on my list of next to smoke, but then so is just about everything.

jlondon 09-19-2010 11:02 PM

wow, first attempt is looking mighty fine!

The Grill Sergeant 09-19-2010 11:18 PM

Bluesman: U win the prize for the best first attempt. :thumb:

I have yet to do a briskett, but my brother and I are heading for a showdown... And, briskett is the target of choice. I'm glad u posted ur pics.

che22879 09-20-2010 01:15 AM

looks great!

Phesant 09-20-2010 02:04 AM

Nicely done, sure looks tastey, ....... glad it worked out for you... :-D


MMMMMMMMMMMMM.......mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm :thumb:

Smiter Q 09-20-2010 03:18 AM

:thumb:

Phubar 09-20-2010 03:27 AM

Good job!


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