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Old 03-04-2013, 06:21 PM   #1
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Default cooking Brisket for a party-timing?

I had a real successful brisket cook just for my wife and 1 kid on Saturday with my new pit.

Now the wheels are turning and my wife wants me to do one or 2 for a cookout over the summer, probably a holiday Monday

My question is one of timing. Whenever I have done a brisket I did not care when it was done, I know the "done is done" rule quite well LOL

But how do you experts handle it when, say you need to serve it at 5 pm? Get up at 2 am and start it?

Do it the day before and reheat?

I dont know what other choices you would have?

Just wondering how you pros handle your timing for an event like this. I would like to have the cooker going when people arrive to gather around and have a few drinks, maybe have some beans, wings and other goodies cooking on it?

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