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Unread 03-25-2013, 05:46 PM   #1
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Default Smoked corned beef on my WSM

No more foolin around! I've been threatening to smoke a leftover point cut corned beef that didn't make it into the boiled dinner for st pattys and today I said "no more dithering , I'm doing it today" So I dug my WSM out of the garage , put the corned beef on to soak , got all my charcoal stuff out , Went back in while the fire got going and did a little prep on the rinsed corned beef (about 3 lbs) Smoked it for 2 and a half hours at 250-275 foiled it at 160 and pulled it at 195 and probe tender like soft butter. Tender juicy and really flavorful....this is a great way to cook corned beef!

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Juicy goodness right there!
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Makes on heck of a sandwich on rye with swiss.
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Makes on heck of a sandwich on rye with swiss.
Don't forget the horseradish sauce and kraut! Nice job
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Fan-farking-tastic!
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Looks delicious. You just rinsed it, no soaking with water changes, and it wasn't salty?
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Very nice
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Looks great!!!
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Looks delicious. You just rinsed it, no soaking with water changes, and it wasn't salty?
I let it soak for about an hour , dumped the water , filled it up,let it soak maybe another 15 minutes , then rinsed it real good. Was not salty at all , but I added no salt either.
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Looks great. You say you just rinsed the brisket and did not soak it in water to get the salt out? How was the salt level in the finished product? I find the salt level varies widely in store bought corned beef. Whoops! Just saw the message above this one.
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Wow thats one of my favourite dish's,just add Maple syrup
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Looks great. You say you just rinsed the brisket and did not soak it in water to get the salt out? How was the salt level in the finished product? I find the salt level varies widely in store bought corned beef. Whoops! Just saw the message above this one.
Yeah , I think I got lucky and the amount of soaking I did was just right. I don't know how you can tell if you get a super salty corned beef , but that would be disastrous .
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I'd love to try that!
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Looks great!
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We just did the same thing this past weekend. Smoked Corned beef is excellent! Takes some tasty hash too, if you are ever lucky enough to have leftovers...
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