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Unread 10-20-2013, 09:29 AM   #16
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Is there an advantage cooking in a pan or is it just a preference?
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I am cooking a brisket today also.
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Unread 10-20-2013, 09:38 AM   #18
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Is there an advantage cooking in a pan or is it just a preference?
for me it's cleaner and I like catching the juices
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Is there an advantage cooking in a pan or is it just a preference?
Butts or briskets never in a pan unless it's on a rack in the pan ...butts never bother catching drippings but briskets i've done pans on a under neath rack for au jus....meat directly on the grate though.

That said i'd eat them anyway, anyhow!
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pulled at 11:05 am @ 200 degrees internal temp.....6 hours 5 mins total time in the smoker....this was my 1st brisket in the Assassin....a little surprised at how quick it cooked.
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Nice job gotta like it when that happens. did you wrap it during the cook? also that is real nice lookin cooker. Do you build those?
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pulled at 11:05 am @ 200 degrees internal temp.....6 hours 5 mins total time in the smoker....this was my 1st brisket in the Assassin....a little surprised at how quick it cooked.
Did you run at 250 the whole time, or did you bump up the temp at all during the cook? Nothing wrong with a 6 hour brisket!
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Have you cooked Brisket in a pan before? Do you think the roasting effect from the pan speeds up the cooking process? I'm looking forward to the final test results...

Looks very tasty...Nice smoker as well...
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First - nice brisket and a nice smoker, I have decided I will be ordering the 28 before the end of the year I hope.

Second - on the cooking with the pans...sounds like you don't want to get that beautiful new rig all greasy and dirty just yet!!!!
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Nice job gotta like it when that happens. did you wrap it during the cook? also that is real nice lookin cooker. Do you build those?
Yes I wrapped it at 160 internal and no the smoker was built by Assassin Smokers out of Macon, Ga.
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Did you run at 250 the whole time, or did you bump up the temp at all during the cook? Nothing wrong with a 6 hour brisket!
ran @ 250 for the entire cook
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Have you cooked Brisket in a pan before? Do you think the roasting effect from the pan speeds up the cooking process? I'm looking forward to the final test results...

Looks very tasty...Nice smoker as well...
1st cook in a pan so maybe that had something to do with it...who knows
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First - nice brisket and a nice smoker, I have decided I will be ordering the 28 before the end of the year I hope.

Second - on the cooking with the pans...sounds like you don't want to get that beautiful new rig all greasy and dirty just yet!!!!
You will be very happy with Jeff and Robin at Assassin....and as far as getting it greasy and dirty.....u may be right
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pulled at 11:05 am @ 200 degrees internal temp.....6 hours 5 mins total time in the smoker....this was my 1st brisket in the Assassin....a little surprised at how quick it cooked.
Small Brisket???
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No sir....can't tell you the exact weight but it wasn't small....whole packer
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