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Old 02-20-2013, 10:39 PM   #12
AustinKnight
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Join Date: 08-23-10
Location: Austin Texas
Default Re: Brisket question i havent found an answer to...plz help

@NOOB is 225 the highest temp you can maintain? Have you moded your hondo, like a baffle plate coming off the fire box so you don't burn your meat? You can cook brisket at a much higher temp then that magic 225 number and everyone will love you. Think of a smoker AS a oven and brisket as a roast, what are the temps that they usually call for 325 -350 for most roast.......

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