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Unread 10-04-2005, 11:29 AM   #16
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Looks great Mista,what did you smoke them on?
I smoked them in batches of four. 3 on the chargriller and 1 on the bullet smoker.
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Unread 10-04-2005, 03:57 PM   #17
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I had never heard of a brisket until a few years ago... I grew up thinking the only thing you could smoke was a hog... I've tried brisket several times with different outcomes... mostly poor ... That meet looks pretty good... I'm new to this forum where do you discuss how to cook a brisket
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Unread 10-04-2005, 04:29 PM   #18
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I had never heard of a brisket until a few years ago... I grew up thinking the only thing you could smoke was a hog... I've tried brisket several times with different outcomes... mostly poor ... That meet looks pretty good... I'm new to this forum where do you discuss how to cook a brisket
Welcome aboard!

Go to the post at the top of the page that's called ROADMAP, scroll down to the post about brisket. But first, go to Cattle Call and introduce yourself.

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That meet looks pretty good... I'm new to this forum where do you discuss how to cook a brisket
You have come to the right place. i don't think I ever heard of anybody being on this site since I have been here, who turned out 3 bad briskets. If you ask questions, read the forums, ask more questions, listen and take heed the advice given, and ask questions, your brisket will be close to perfect the first time out, they will only get better afterwards. Just ask the questions, read the roadmap, take what the brethren have to offer.

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I had never heard of a brisket until a few years ago... I grew up thinking the only thing you could smoke was a hog... I've tried brisket several times with different outcomes... mostly poor ... That meet looks pretty good... I'm new to this forum where do you discuss how to cook a brisket
Greetings , Bugger; You will learn a lot here. In addition to the roadmap, do a search on the forum for "brisket". There have been a couple of discussions recently that have not made their way to the roadmap yet.
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8 briskets. Look at the picture to see what I had left...
Next time you fix BBQ like this remember that it is important for the pit master to taste the fixin's while it is in process. My Basset Hound, General Buford, also has his favorite test parts also. In fact there have been a lot of occasions when I went through the line with the rest of the family and only got salad and veggies because I had already ate my fill of meat.
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I had never heard of a brisket until a few years ago... I grew up thinking the only thing you could smoke was a hog... I've tried brisket several times with different outcomes... mostly poor ... That meet looks pretty good... I'm new to this forum where do you discuss how to cook a brisket
I hadn't either, but then I'm a Limey, I've only BBQ''d brisket once and it came out fantastic. I've eaten it every day since Sunday - I've got it coming out of my ears!

My advice would be to soak up everything you read here, they are a very knowledgable bunch, you'll then get confused as a lot of the advice contradicts itself, and then go out and get Dr BBQ's Big Time book and try his Comp Brisket!!!
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My advice would be to soak up everything you read here, they are a very knowledgable bunch, you'll then get confused as a lot of the advice contradicts itself, and then go out and get Dr BBQ's Big Time book and try his Comp Brisket!!!

LOL. Getting confused is all part of the BBQ mystique.. you ever try wrestling rub ingredients from a competitor at a competition?

There's a wide variety of methods and tactics one might use for a given piece of meat on the various styles of smokers.. offset units require a different cooking style and method vs 'bullet' styles.. heck even vertical offsets (like the bandera) vs a horizontal offset.. some of the methods work differently as well in different climates and temperatre conditions.. for instance.. a bullet style will likely do better with less fuel than a bigger uninsulated offset like the bandera..

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LOL. Getting confused is all part of the BBQ mystique.. you ever try wrestling rub ingredients from a competitor at a competition?

There's a wide variety of methods and tactics one might use for a given piece of meat on the various styles of smokers..
I haven't been anywhere near a regular here. But a while ago, when I happened to stumble across this site, I found the answer to most of the questions I had about q'ing.

I've gone from q'ing one or two birds or a butt and rushing it to get it done and attempting to eat stuff that my mutt turned his nose up at to brining, rubbing and q'ing 100 lbs of butt and brisket sittin above 10 turkey boobs, legs and thighs (fat drips and bastes those boobs). and it all gets better each successive time. believe what folks tell you. and if not, try it for yourself. Seeing (and doing) is believing....
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I went with more is better. I'd never win a competition with my brisket because it has no real "bark" but I think for sheer taste and tenderness, it was pretty darn good.
If there would've been two more slices, I would put em in a turn in box anyday.



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I hate to be the one that brings this up Mista, but that brisket on the left looks like it sliced up kinda like bread.

So....tell us more about the lady chasing you around....
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She was after my secret recipe. I only share that with you guys.
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