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Unread 11-10-2012, 04:41 PM   #16
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Unread 11-10-2012, 04:41 PM   #17
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Unread 11-10-2012, 04:55 PM   #18
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Unread 11-10-2012, 05:07 PM   #19
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you're doing something wrong my friend. here is a few more "welcome to the forum" gifts:







lucky for you i'm at work(not working) and i'm kinda bored. i feel like a picture posting hero. i think i need a uniform and a cape

check out this thread if you would like help posting pics....or as the brethren call it....Pron

http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...ad.php?t=19770
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Thanks for the help Chris - Great work!

Very Tasty. Rubbed in a paprika and sugar style thing - Cooked on a UDS at temperatures ranging from 160 - 250 for about 8hrs.

Internal temperature was unobtainable due to the thermometer looking like it came in on an asteroid.

Fat side up, then fat side down, good mop every 1.5hrs.

Did't cook to the right temp in the end, leaving it still a bit tough, but let me tell you ma brethren, it tasted mega. Mega.

Consistent heat was the hitch. V2 will be better...
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This is the best thread I have seen in a while! Why do you have a clock on your brisket?
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Thanks for the help Chris - Great work!

Very Tasty. Rubbed in a paprika and sugar style thing - Cooked on a UDS at temperatures ranging from 160 - 250 for about 8hrs.

Internal temperature was unobtainable due to the thermometer looking like it came in on an asteroid.

Fat side up, then fat side down, good mop every 1.5hrs.

Did't cook to the right temp in the end, leaving it still a bit tough, but let me tell you ma brethren, it tasted mega. Mega.

Consistent heat was the hitch. V2 will be better...
no problem, i dont mind helping. in the future, 165 degrees farenheit cooking temperature is waaaaay too low. that's like putting the brisket in the dashboard of your car in the summer. keep your cooking temp at least 225 degrees farenheit. personally i would suggest 275, but that's just me. also, if your temps you mentioned are in celcius 250 is waaay too high. just a heads up.

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He might have meant that he put it on at 160 degrees while the UDS was coming up to temp.
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I meant that my temperature control was all over the place! I was aiming for between 220 and 250f

I filled the basket with briquettes and it got up to 300f. It worked it's way down when i closed 2 of the 4 lower intakes. The briquettes had pretty much burnt out within 5hrs. Luckily, I've got a wood burning stove so was able to top up with lumps of smoldering apple wood to keep the temperature up, as it was hovering around 200f.

I think the USD is built ok, so I recon it's just a bit of practice required.

The 'clock' was a temp gauge that does (did) internal meat temp and UDS temp too. My external BBQ thermometer is trapped in the post sorting office!

Thanks for all the tips and jesting everyone! Love it! This is the beginning of a very smokey, very meaty journey that can only end in glory. GLORY!

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This is the best thread I have seen in a while! Why do you have a clock on your brisket?
It is the Flavor Flav of briskets.
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For briskets, pork butt, and many other sorts of meats internal temperature is nothing more than a guideline and the feel of it will tell you when it is done.

For briskets you want it to probe like butter for doneness.
For pork butt, you want to wiggle the bone and if it releases it is done.
For ribs you can use the bend but done break test or the poke with toothpick test.

Meat is done when it is done. And many brethern will tell you that ;)
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This is the best thread I have seen in a while! Why do you have a clock on your brisket?
It's the Big Ben Brisket!
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It's the Big Ben Brisket!
Hmmm...

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