Thread: 3# brisket flat
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Old 01-04-2011, 12:35 PM   #8
landarc
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btcg gave you a good guidelines, the cooker and temperature makes a difference, as would the meat itself. A small flat like that is probably better done at a lower temperature, it gives you a little more room to not pay attention to when it is done. My experience has been that a 4 to 5 lb flat done hot-n-fast will rise very quickly out of the stall.
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