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Unread 06-15-2014, 09:24 AM   #1
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I have not smoked a brisket in years as I have had no luck with them.

Friday I picked up some spices for my Mom to use as she is learning to smoke on a Bradley smoker and I tried the Brisket of love seasoning and it was pretty good and so I figured I would give brisket a try again. I hope my mom does not mind some of her seasoning missing from the jar, lol.

I marinated the brisket over night in a Coke, Beef broth and maple syrup, Dark soy, dale's steak seasoning, Worcestershire mixture that I found on the net



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Rubbed up and waiting for the UDS to settle down to 230



Its been on the smoker since 7am

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Off to a good start. Happy smoking.
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smoked for14 hours to 200 and I think I finally seen the light. This is Good stuff. So tender and juicy. all my previous attempts were dry and tough, not this one.
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Man, that looks SO good! And that looks like an enormous flat...how big was that thing?
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Congrats on your success. Now keep at it
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Man, that looks SO good! And that looks like an enormous flat...how big was that thing?
I picked it up at Costco, it was 5 pounds
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I picked it up at Costco, it was 5 pounds
Oh...looks much bigger. Nice work, boz.
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What do you think you did too change your luck?? I too have done the walk of shame from my smoker with a dry rawhide flat :(
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I'm glad that it came out well!
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