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Old 04-01-2011, 05:45 PM   #1
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Hey everyone I am looking for tips and advise on cooking a brisket ,such as cook times and temps and when to foil.

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Hey everyone I am looking for tips and advise on cooking a brisket ,such as cook times and temps and when to foil.

thanks in advance larrymac
Just one thing to get you started in your fledgling brisket cooking career (and not to start a different line of conversation...stay on topic)...foil is not needed...foil is not an integral part of bbq...foil can be used, but it is not necessary.

Now, best of luck!
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Here are some of my posts that might help.

Recipe: Hot & Fast Brisket

Personal Record Fast Brisket

Hot & Fast Brisket - Kosmo's Cow Cover-style!

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