Nope, I would go for it. The one I did took just as much time to do using paper as it does foil this last weekend. The big thing I would recommend is being careful to make sure you're probing the meat if using paper. I did find it more difficult to make sure I was hitting the meat than it is using foil.
Originally Posted by Untraceable
Ive got one for you, Im having a banquet for the softball team this weekend and I feel completely flustered about brisket. got a nighttrain brisket going right now, but is the difference between foil and paper that much that I shouldnt try it this weekend on a pair of packers or since Im not confident anyways, run with it and give her a shot?
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