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Unread 03-13-2011, 08:28 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by Dallas Dan View Post
I don't go by temp but rather by time. I smoke it at 175 for around 12 hours, and then wrap it in heavy foil for another 10-12 hours. At 12 hours into smoking, the brisket has a nice crust so it is no longing absorbing the smoke.

Always keep the fat side up so it keeps the meat moist.
lots of ways to get a job done I guess... but just curious, have you ever tried increasing the temps ? just seems like a really long time, especially with the use of foil.
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