Originally Posted by Norcoredneck
Well I cooked my brisket this weekend. Tasted good, but a little not so tender, ....
Answered your own question right there. Cook it a bit more!
Without arguing how and where to test temp, if it was "not so tender", add 5 or 10 degrees to your target temp and try again
Don't change anything else or create more variables.
Enjoy the next one even more!
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