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Old 03-17-2013, 03:44 PM   #14
AustinKnight
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Join Date: 08-23-10
Location: Austin Texas
Default Re: The Texas Crutch With Parchment Paper

When you pull the brisket still wrapped in paper off the smoker you don't immediately wrap in a towel or cooler it. You let it rest on the counter still wrapped tell it drops down to 185- 190 (30min) then you hold it in a cooler in a towel or at the bottom of cambro. Instead of resting it on the counter I put it at the bottom of a cambro/cooler with the door cracked for 30 min and then lock the cambro tell guest arrive. Good luck, welcome to paper cookery looks good brotha.

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