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Unread 02-08-2008, 04:49 PM   #1
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Picked up an 18 pound brisket today. Had them seperate the point from the flat - flat weighs in at 12 pounds. Looking to serve it for supper tomorrow night - what time you guys figure I should put it on - I would like it to have some cooler time.

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18 hrs at 225.
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Picked up an 18 pound brisket today. Had them seperate the point from the flat - flat weighs in at 12 pounds. Looking to serve it for supper tomorrow night - what time you guys figure I should put it on - I would like it to have some cooler time.

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That's huge! My local Sam's Club (where I buy most brisket) only carries flats.

The biggest one I've ever seen there was about 6.5 pounds.



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18 lbs. Must have pron!!!
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12lb'er i would say start it around. 0300am or so and it should be ready to cooler by 430-500pm i usually run my briskets in the 230-240 range.
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That's not a brisket, that's a whole cow.

I'd vote for the 18 hour time frame.
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If you want cooler-time and are cooking in the 225 range I would have put it in an hour ago
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If you want cooler-time and are cooking in the 225 range I would have put it in an hour ago

what he said
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Just cook it a little hotter. It will be done in time. If them Texans can do a 9# briskets at 450 degrees in 4-5 hours, I'm not beyond cooking mine at 300-350.
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That one big brisket
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Uhhhh, i think you should put it on now!!!
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Ask MoKanMeatHead about his 'Turbo Brisket' mod.
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Here is the before pron - this is a full sheet pan. Have to say the brisket looks better in real life then in these pics.
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Fast Track that bad Boy. Get it done in 6 hours at 375!!!
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Can't wait to see the final pics.
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