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Unread 06-20-2007, 06:35 PM   #1
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Default Fast Brisket - Not on purpose

Would appreciate some comments the brisket times here. Use my UDS, 10# packer, lower rack, steady temps at 230, fat cap down, injected with beef broth, rub with Montreal Steak Seasoning. Now...after 5 hours, temp was 160 then wrapped. Went to breakfast with my daughter and grandkids. Got back 2 hours later and this bad boy was pegged at 203 degrees. Quickly off and into the cooler for a couple hours. Was SOOOOOOO overdone, no way to slice or cut to fix burnt ends. What did I do wrong here? Maybe from lack of experience but I couldn't believe how quickly this cooked. I double checked the temp gauges and all was fine.
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Sounds like you had a temp spike. Was it dried out or burnt? Or did it just fall apart?
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Bigmista, I always look at your posts and you are why I built my UDS. I LOVE IT! It just fell apart. Could not slice except the very middle of the flat. The rest fell apart. Tasted good and wasn't gawd awful dry. I am puzzled.
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Don't ever be upset about brisket falling apart. Chopped beef is a good thing! All I can suggest is do more cooking on the top shelf when possible. Did you open more vents before you left?
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I will do another brisket this weekend and use the top rack. I didn't open any more vents and the temp was the same when I got back. Do you think injecting made it cook quicker. Also, this brisket was really laced with a lot of fat. More so than the few others I have done. Thanks for your help.
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The last 2 briskets I cooked have been done in less than an hour a pound at normal smoking temps. Maybe we have some tender cattle getting sent up the river
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I know the temp was too high, which just happened. However, when that happens would coolering it less help or wrap in foil and let cool without putting in the cooler? Just a thought. Thoughts don't last long in my pea brain so I think I'll have a cold beer now.
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Every piece of meat is different and that can be a mind boggler. At my first comp a couple of months ago I figured my brisket would be done about 11:00. When I checked it at 7:30 it was at 200. I knew I had to hold it a long time but I was just planning on pulling it off and coolering it.

A good friend... told me I had to stop it from cooking any more so to just put it on top of a table with a towel over it. The point being to bring down the temps as soon as possible. It totally salvaged that brisket. After a little while I put it in the cooler and it was just sliceable at turn in time.

Just a thought if it happens again...
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Brent, thanks as I was wondering if they might be an option. I have a lot to learn but even the mistakes are edible...how cool! All the more reason to cook two.
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I cooked with Buba and Jeff at the contest in Sedalia and I know they can cook a 13 lb brisket in about 3 hours lol. Those drum smokers just get after it. I'll bet you didnt do anthing wrong, they just concentrate and hold heat well.
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It was overcooked but it was still farking good. Quicker cook time for sure. Needed to check temps but more importantly check tenderness with a probe for feel. Learning from all the brothers. Thanks.
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wonder if you had an greass fire


was the wrap job good or did the fat drip on the fire and flair up

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and i am with bad boys bbq to on this

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York...who knows. I didn't see any evidence that happened but I was gone for a couple of hours. Maybe what Jordon said that the UDS just got after it on this one and the cut of meat was just different. I know I really enjoy cooking on this thing. My wife even asked if I would build her one and paint it pink. How cool it that. I will do just that!
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My wife even asked if I would build her one and paint it pink. How cool it that. I will do just that!
That is pretty cool. My wife's starting to believe in the UDS - but I don't think she's ready for her own drum! Maybe one day
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Biffleg, build it and she will be ready...go for it! When the wife wants to participate in your passion don't waist time thinking about it...do it. It's really exciting!
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