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Unread 11-12-2012, 04:16 PM   #1
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I've got a big ass lump of brisket in the fridge and I'm wondering if I c an just chuck it back in the WSM to re-heat it?

Anyone tried this?
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If I did reheat it that way I would wrap it in foil and warm it at low temp.
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Exactly what I had in mind.....

About 200ish till its hot I guess?

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Going to add any liquid?
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I've done it in my smoker before. Lots of contests, as and excuse to drink really, we have a party on Friday night. We warm up all the meat from the last contest and eat that. Just have it in foil pans and put it on the smoker. Should be good to go.
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Exactly what I had in mind.....

About 200ish till its hot I guess?

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Also, I wouldn't heat it until
It's "hot". I'd run it up to around 160-175 internal. If you let it spend too much time on the heat it could still dry out, even in foil.


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If you have a cast iron pan, that's works great. Or what anybody else here suggests work well also.

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Just some beef broth I reckon..... And maybe some onion+garlic powder

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Thanks all.
I have it sitting in a foil pan with beef broth and aj, with foil over the top and the smoker is lit. Just waiting for the temp to even out before I put it in. Will probe after 30 mins and see how she goes :)

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I just slice off what I need and toss it in the micro wave for 20 sec.
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I have a few leftover brisket points in my freezer and I was thinking heavily foiled with some broth and a few taters in my fieldstone fireplace this winter. I have cooked several roasts and assorted meals in it that way and it cooks up nice..............
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I just slice off what I need and toss it in the micro wave for 20 sec.
I'm sure there's some bbq prison somewhere that you should be put in for that! Lol

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I just pour a can of beef broth in a fry pan, heat it up, slice the beef and put it in for 5 minutes. Comes out very moist and soft.
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I just pour a can of beef broth in a fry pan, heat it up, slice the beef and put it in for 5 minutes. Comes out very moist and soft.
Will totally try that next time..... Cheers

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