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Unread 12-19-2013, 05:37 PM   #286
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This is the thread that got me smoking packer brisket. One of the best posts ever.
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Unread 12-19-2013, 08:49 PM   #287
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Classic one of the best all time!
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Unread 12-19-2013, 10:39 PM   #288
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This is going to be my go to thread on Christmas Day. I will be smoking my first brisket ever on my UDS. I plan on buying it this weekend probably in Sunday. It should be ok in the fridge until cook day right?
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That was a great tut. I can't wait to give a brisket a go on the UDS.
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Thanks so much. The best ever. It is nice to have all the info in one post. Instead of piecemeal a lot of info from many posts. Again thanks so much.
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Quote:
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This is going to be my go to thread on Christmas Day. I will be smoking my first brisket ever on my UDS. I plan on buying it this weekend probably in Sunday. It should be ok in the fridge until cook day right?
Buy on 22nd, cook on 25th?
Yea, you'll be fine.
Just check the date....just in case it isn't close to its sale date.

Also (and I hope nobody minds if I put this here, please delete if inappropriate)
I love the "BBQ with Franklin" videos. The guy definitely knows his way around a brisket.
He's got over a dozen videos, here are two about prepping a brisket and cooking a brisket.

Prep:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VmTzdMHu5KU

Cooking;
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sMIlyzRFUjU

Grab a glass of beverage and enjoy the videos. Hope it helps you as much as it does me.
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Think a stop at Wallmart, Christmas Day Brisket.
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This post was used to cook my first brisket, on a Weber Kettle. I was not ready, as far as my BBQ skillz are concerned, but I bought the meat so the die was cast.

That brisket was really good, I mean really good! I have subsequently cooked 2 more briskets, trying different techniques such as wrapping and such, and neither would compare to the bigabyte brisket.

I would unquestionably reccomend this tutorial to any neophyte brisket smoker, and Thanks again bigabyte, you rocked the table!
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Thanks alot for the infor. I am really excited to try my first brisket on my pellet pooper
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This was a perfect way to make a tutorial. I just hate that I can't find choice beef in this town. I am going to try a select brisket in the BGE this weekend.
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There's always the option of buying online!!
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Wow! I learned a lot from this.
Question: OK, you leave the fat cap on, but do you cut out the heavy hunk of fat that seems always to accompany the brisket?
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I actually trim all the fat off my briskets, particularly Prime briskets. In this tutorial I left it untrimmed because I was bypassing all unnecessary steps in order to make it as simple as possible.

My recommendation for those who want to trim but leave some fat on is to trim all of the hard fat off as much as possible, or as much as they are comfortable with
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Great tutorial Big...
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Thanks I needed this. Doing my first packer within a few days.
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