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Unread 03-21-2012, 02:38 PM   #16
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Well made the brisket on Sunday.
As you saw, you got many a suggestion on what to do but the best advice was to start simple and master how to cook your brisket on your cooker. Remember, it's the cook, not the cooker, who makes great BBQ.
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Who is Dr Funk... Is he a passenger?
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For what it's worth, I've learned 2 things about brisket for Family and Friend cooks.

1. Go with a Choice or above grade packer brisket or don't bother.

2. It's done when it's done. Temp is and indicator but not a gauge.
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Agreed! Good raw product and cook till done.

1st Place brisket last weekend!!
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