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Unread 05-27-2013, 05:57 AM   #58
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Originally Posted by landarc View Post
Hey Bill, just out of curiosity, why does it have to be low and slow? For tradition? Because the tradition (if you will) of brisket is not so low and slow, they tend to run the pits up into the low 300's in Texas. Personally, I really like 275F as my low-n-slow temperature and 325F as my hot-n-fast temperature.

I never had success at temperatures in the 225F range, never.
Hi Bob. Looks like I might have to do a little more research then. If you've NEVER had success at 225, then I'm sure not going to. This brisket is well marbelled, as you can see from Titchs pics, but still is grass fed. I am worried about dryness. I will take your advice and check this out further.

Bill
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