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Old 11-29-2004, 11:25 AM   #3
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You mista..thats not a brisket.

Kiddin.. Relax.. what temp you cooking at? No higher than 250 I hope.. I like mine around 230-235. Temps are a little high for the 3 hour mark, Did you put the meat in cold or was it room temp? Just relax... being your cookin next too the heat, maybe you should flip front to back occassionally. maybe even foil shield whats next to the fire if your real close. It will will lock in and get stuck for 3-4 hours anywhere between 155 and 175. Once it breaks that it will climb 1-2 degrees every 15-20 minutes. May even drop a degree or 2 here and there. Stay no higher than 235, spray anytime you peek, have a beer and relax. Let the smoke do the work, you just make sure your in the range.
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