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Old 07-11-2017, 12:37 PM   #7
Texstan
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Thnaks all for your replies, and thanks for your input, Ceramic Chef and STLSportster for the great quantity tips. I think the plan definitely includes butts first, then the brisket. Previously when I've done butts and brisket in one cook, I have to think about wood flavors that complement both pork and beef. Cooking butts and brisket separately allows me to change up the smoke for each.
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