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Unread 03-14-2011, 02:20 AM   #16
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Thats alot of links Great "Sticky Page". Too Bad there are no threads about Ribs, Bacon Wrapped Meat balls or Building a Smoker out of a 55 gallon Barrel.
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Unread 03-14-2011, 06:34 AM   #17
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I've got lots of reading to do! Thanks Donnie.
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Unread 03-14-2011, 01:33 PM   #18
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ur welcome
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Very much appreciated. Thank you!
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Thanks.

In preparation for my first brisket on Sunday, I spent Friday night and most of Saturday using the forum Roadmap and Search to read and re-read all the brisket related threads I could. A lot of good info in this forum, but it takes a lot of time to separate the gold from the chatter. Several of those I recognize, but most i don't think I've seen. I look forward to being able to dig into it some more.

You should take your due credit and add this to the RoadMap.
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Dat's sum list you got there. Lots & Lots of work you did for those of us dat's toooo lazy to look for dem. A very big thanks!
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I really just want us to "go on" from here. LOL

Its time to hone our 25 Pound Shoulder Skills
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Great research!

I'll never forget my first brisket when I was neophyte Q'r. I cooked it on a direct heat gassor. I didn't know anything about offset heat and smoking. When I pulled it off the grill, the thing was a lump of char that we could barely get enough eatable meat from to feed 4. My wifey and I were newlyweds and we were entertaining her folks. Good thing they all had a great since of humor.


But the experience did help me justify buying my offset smoker several years later.
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I can't thank you enough for this! This will undoubtedly save me from asking a lot of dumb questions when I do my first flat in a couple months.
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Quote:
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I really just want us to "go on" from here. LOL

Its time to hone our 25 Pound Shoulder Skills

I would love to try that.

Never thought I'd get into bbq'ing beef, but I like it.
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Thank you so much!
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Wow Great Thread Thank you
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You've done us a service, yet again, Donnie. This should be a sticky. Thanks to several of the referenced threads, my first brisket did NOT suck.
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