Thread: Brisket Rub
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Old 07-09-2010, 07:21 PM   #13
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keep it simple for your first cook... salt, pepper, maybe some cayenne, garlic if you want to up it a notch.



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Originally Posted by gordi View Post
What about injecting?
IMO, not a good idea...especially for first brisket.

you won't fully know if the rub was a success or not, or if you cooked it right if the injection was not there.
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