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Unread 02-27-2006, 08:58 PM   #1
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Default My turn in brisket

from smokin on the rio. This was about a 10lb packer. It went on at 2AM, smoked for 10 hours, pulled at 190 and probe inserted easily. Wrapped in foil and coolered, then sliced at 4pm for a 4:30pm turn in. Used texasbbqrub with mustard and worcestershire sauce. Pecan wood and kingsford for fuel.

I did 3 briskets and this one was clearly the best. Did not place in the top 10, but made final table which was top 20 out of 77 or so teams. $1000 first prize for each category, so there were a lot of out of area teams that made the trip to the valley.

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Looks real juicy...with a nice smoke ring... Congrats on your placing....
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I guess I need to work on the bark.
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That looks very good. Congrats on a great showing.
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Looks mighty fine to me. You must have had some competition.
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Lookin' good.

Congrats.

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Good looking display makes me hungry and top 20 to boot. Good show. Thanks for the picture.
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I'm not gonna find that at breakfast! Looks good!
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Congrats Bro!! Looks good enough to eat!!

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Making me drool here!
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I guess I need to work on the bark.
I have been not foiling latly great bark but you really have to stay with it
letting it rest in the hot box 3 plus hours
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Nice job! Good looking brisket.
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Great looking brisket. I wish the weather was better so I could get one on the cooker.
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Rookie question: why do you pull it off at 190* and wrap it in foil and stick it in a cooler for 4 hrs? Why not just start it later and have it finish closer to the hand in time? I'm not trying to second guess anyone here. I'm a meathead compared to most of you. I've never competed, so I 'm just askin'

The brisket looks great by the way!
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Rookie question: why do you pull it off at 190* and wrap it in foil and stick it in a cooler for 4 hrs? Why not just start it later and have it finish closer to the hand in time? I'm not trying to second guess anyone here. I'm a meathead compared to most of you. I've never competed, so I 'm just askin'

The brisket looks great by the way!
Dry cooler makes the cool down take longer. Keeping in the range of breakdown longer, making tender moist brisket.
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