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Old 12-01-2012, 12:36 PM   #1
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Default Can you "cooler" a brisket too long?

I did two flats over night, and one was done a few hours before the other. First one has been wrapped in a towel and coolered the last couple hours, and the second one just went in. Should I take the first one out and slice it up. The plan is for supper tonight.
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Old 12-01-2012, 12:44 PM   #2
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Nope, a brisket cooled to about 140 degrees will be way juicier than one just taken off the pit. Mine usually sit in the cooler 4-6 hrs @ comps
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You will be fine. I had a brisket cook way faster than expected once and held it for 7 hours. Ended up 8th place with it, I was floored.
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If you like Nun brisket ( all Dried up) slice it all up. If you want it juicy like a cheerleader with hot pants slice it as you need it,.
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If you want it juicy like a cheerleader with hot pants slice it as you need it,.
You most certainly have an interesting analogy...
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Nope, a brisket cooled to about 140 degrees will be way juicier than one just taken off the pit. Mine usually sit in the cooler 4-6 hrs @ comps
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If you like Nun brisket ( all Dried up) slice it all up. If you want it juicy like a cheerleader with hot pants slice it as you need it,.
Wow do I have a craving for brisket! Restaraunts would do well hiring you to write menu descriptions sir!
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Old 12-02-2012, 10:56 AM   #11
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Nailed it...thanks everyone!
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