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Unread 09-13-2011, 01:36 PM   #1
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Default My first Brisket on the WSM

This morning I picked up a 16 pound Brisket for $2.27 a pound at a local cash and carry store.
I mixed some Plum wood from a tree I have with the Kingsford briquets.
Now I just have to wait
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Unread 09-13-2011, 01:40 PM   #2
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Hope it goes well - good luck!
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Looks like a tight fit. Did you just kind of tuck it in there or trim it up a little more?
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Looks like an awesome start!
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That's a fine lookin piece of meat...ok I'll say it before someone else does...that's what she said.

Keep us posted..would love to hear any tips you may have afterwards..I have not done a brisky yet.
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Great start, that's one big briskie! Can't wait to see the results.
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Looks like a tight fit. Did you just kind of tuck it in there or trim it up a little more?
I was gonna trim it, but I just tucked it in a little to get the lid on
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That is why I got the 22.5". I wanted my briskies and ribs to lay flat without issue.

Great looking brisket - can't wait to see the finished images.
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Ohhh, this looks very promising
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Here is the meat 6 hours in, I am really liking the WSM
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Looks great, but after 6 hours, I'd think the bark would be a little more set. Might want to check those cooking temps, seems low to me.
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