Thread: Soggy Bark?
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Old 06-11-2013, 07:28 PM   #2
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Join Date: 12-03-08
Location: Pearl River LA

For brisket, I foil in a pan fat side down. The outer edges of the brisket do end up somewhat submerged in juice, and steam does soften the bark, but if it was properly set before going into the pan, it shouldn't come off without direct contact. If you handle the brisket VERY carefully and DON'T TOUCH the bark AT ALL, you can place it back on the pit and about 10-15 minutes of 300* or higher will set that bark again. Insulated gloves or a large spatula are probably your best bet for moving it without messing up the bark.
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