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Unread 02-19-2013, 11:14 AM   #31
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13 hrs exactly until it probed like butter all over.


Was 199 internal.







Heavily wrapped up and letting rest before slicing......think I will, too.
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Unread 02-19-2013, 11:17 AM   #32
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Sure does look like it is going to be tasty.
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13 hrs exactly until it probed like butter all over.


Was 199 internal.







Heavily wrapped up and letting rest before slicing......think I will, too.


Did you add any liquid to the brisket when you foiled it? And if so, what type of liquid? Im cooking up a brisket tonight after seeing this.
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Did you add any liquid to the brisket when you foiled it? And if so, what type of liquid? Im cooking up a brisket tonight after seeing this.

Rub was the only thing added.

Foiled afrer it hit 170.

Simple but sloooow.
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Looking great
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Love to see some slices. Headin out right now to buy a flat. This looks too good!
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Love to see some slices. Headin out right now to buy a flat. This looks too good!



Now sliced and sampled. Unbelievable amount of juice. Really tasty. These briskets are somewhat of a chore to smoke, but worth it.







This was my second flat. Looking forward to many more.
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Knocked that outta the park
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fine job, looks really good
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Fine job and looks well worth the effort you put into it!
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That's some good looking eats. Thanks for sharing
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Great lookin Brisket !
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Nice looking result.
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Those slices look delicious!
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