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Old 03-14-2018, 10:58 AM   #29
is one Smokin' Farker
Join Date: 10-13-17
Location: SoCal, by way of Oklahoma & Texas
Name/Nickname : Ray

I must say, I disagree with most of this advice. You definitely should season your new smoker per the manufacturer's instructions, and learn to operate it while you season it. But then IMHO it's time for you to go to town. Smoke a couple of briskets -- nothing like a good, long, overnight smoking session to learn the in's and out's of your smoker.

No need to fear it -- it's not rocket science. And in my experience almost any form of 'que, including especially briskets, can stand some huge temp swings. I'm sure you'll do just fine, and you'll learn more from a good long brisket cook than trying something cheap and quick.

Just my pov.
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