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Unread 03-28-2013, 10:54 AM   #1
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Default Mid-Week Smoke

The snow last Sunday kept me from smoking my Dr. Pepper brisket. My 4 yr old keeps asking about the Dr. Pepper meat, so I guess it is time.

I prepped the brisket last night along with a cranberry/orange brined turkey like the one we smoked few weeks back. The turkey was so good and on sale at the store, so I figured I would have a fall-back if the brisket is not to our liking.

On the UDS and crusing at 259 for the first hour....
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Is the Dr. Pepper brisket just marinated in Dr. Pepper?
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TK's Dr. Pepper Brisket Recipe

Dr. Pepper, BBQ Suace, Beef Broth, etc...

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I am finishing my racecar on Saturday and anything leftover will go to the race shop. It won't last very long, even if it sucks.

I have two bone-in hams on deck for Sunday!
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Default Moving right along!

The brisket got the shady side!
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Looks Great !!
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Default pRon as it comes off!

The brisket was very good. Great flavor and plenty of smoke. The point was juicy and tender. The flat was mostly tender with a tough section on one end. It may have been the end that was not in the marinade overnight or it could have been where it was placed on the UDS with the turkey.
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The turkey was great! Excellent flavor, moist and nice texture. Much better and cheaper than deli slices...I can't wait for lunch tomorrow. Maybe time for a big ass sandwich???

Sorry, no plated pron...my wife fixed a plate for our four year old and went out for drinks with friends. (He ate it all!) I carved and tasted the brisket and the turkey to the point that I didn't need to make a plate.

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