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Unread 07-27-2011, 10:40 PM   #196
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If you want to wrap, go ahead. Either way you need to cook it until it is tender, and not by time or temp.
Does the same apply to SPAM... ? I've found that putting the gelatanis side down acts as a heat shield thus keeping it from scortching, but sometimes when I foil it ends up making the point a little too salty... . I'm very confused !
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Unread 07-27-2011, 10:47 PM   #197
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Don't foil SPAM, just leave it in the can.
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Unread 07-27-2011, 10:51 PM   #198
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Even of I cook it on a BGE? I've heard that can be a problem...
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ok from someone who has never done a brisket(too scared).u have just opened the window i've been needin 2 peek in..we're talkin"brisket for dummies 101" here pal..u explained it,step by step,with pics i might add,2 a point that anyone can understand..i've always heard how tricky and onry brisket can be,so i shyed away..but now you,my friend,have laid the blueprint out for all to see..brother i thank you..i'm headed 2 sams club 2morrow 4 my 1st packer baby..and just in time for the weekend..
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ok from someone who has never done a brisket(too scared).u have just opened the window i've been needin 2 peek in..we're talkin"brisket for dummies 101" here pal..u explained it,step by step,with pics i might add,2 a point that anyone can understand..i've always heard how tricky and onry brisket can be,so i shyed away..but now you,my friend,have laid the blueprint out for all to see..brother i thank you..i'm headed 2 sams club 2morrow 4 my 1st packer baby..and just in time for the weekend..
Just follow the tutorial & you'll be fine. It worked great for me as it has for many folks here. Don't overthink or undercook & you'll do great.
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Just follow the tutorial & you'll be fine. It worked great for me as it has for many folks here. Don't overthink or undercook & you'll do great.
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This was very helpful, I've been wanting to try a brisket since I bought my BWS Chubby and this was what I needed to see to jump in. I'm picking up a 12lb packer on the way home tonight and I'm putting her on at midnight. Thanks for the write up.
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I'm trying a brisket as the first cook on my new mini UDS, I'm reading this thread as I am smoking. I'll let you know how it goes. I'm using a little bit of Mulberry for smoke. jb
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great post bigabyte. I cant wait until my first brisket.
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Wow.
I know it's been a long time since you made the original post...but it's excellent. Still. Thanks!
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Just found this post. Fantastic! I have cooked a packer and a flat, but I still learned a lot from this thread. I'm getting a packer and starting it tonight on my WSM.
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Excellent Tutorial! great photos, great explanation of the whole process, learned a lot from this post!
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your are the MAN. Awesome
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