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Unread 07-05-2013, 02:28 PM   #1
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Default Another Brisket Pron thread: 13lb Packer on BW Party

Cooked a 13lb packer overnight. On at 8:00pm last night and off by 10:00am this morning. Coolered and drive it two hours down to the Cape to my wife's grandparents for lunch. I brought down three racks of ribs as well but didn't take pics of those.

Lunch is done and we are all full. Figure I would post before everyone wakes back up and we take the kids to the beach! Posting from my phone so excuse any typos.

Seasoned with low sodium lowry's, course black pepper, and SM Peppered Cow. Cooked on my Backwoods Party using hickory, apple, and trader joes HW briquettes. Used the water pan and ran the temp around 230-240 degrees. I made a maze recently that helps a ton with burn times.

Overall it came out good. But could have gone a bit longer in the flat but I had to hit the road. Slightly dry flat but when squeezed it still had goodness flowing out which you can see in the pics. Served in on my wife's grandmothers platter which makes it look fancy. Served sliced, chopped, and with some burnt ends. Her grandparents hasn't had brisket before so wanted to offer some variety.

Will be putting on of these pics in the brisket throwdown but haven't decided which yet. Open to suggestions.






















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i'd hit that!!
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Looks dang good from here!
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Mighty Fine Sir!
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my favorite, Beef
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Looks mighty tasty from here jmellor...
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Dayum!
Very nice lookin' brisky
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Nice job! Have to say I'm a bit jealous of this Cape Beach talk!
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fine lookin' platter.

i'll be down for brunch.

hey................i'm from NH but often get down to central mass. I have a daughter there. mind telling me where you found that packer ?

anybody know where I can find one in southern NH ?

anyway....back to the matter at hand. that is sweet lookin' meat !
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fine lookin' platter.

i'll be down for brunch.

hey................i'm from NH but often get down to central mass. I have a daughter there. mind telling me where you found that packer ?

anybody know where I can find one in southern NH ?

anyway....back to the matter at hand. that is sweet lookin' meat !
Funny. I grew up in Amherst NH and used to go to silver lake all the time as a kid. Great area.

I asked the same question last year.

http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=134964

Walmart SuperCenters seem to carry full briskets. I bought this one at the Walmart off 146 in Worcester. They usually have 3-4 out and it's a bit of a crap shoot. Sometimes they are larger sometimes smaller. First one I got there was about 9lbs. This one at 13 was the best looking but they have 14 & 15 lb ones as well.
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jmellor

thank you soooooo much.

now....................where's my drool bucket ?


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Nice looking Brisket
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Funny. I grew up in Amherst NH and used to go to silver lake all the time as a kid. Great area.
grew up in jersey but lived in mass for 25 yrs.
then last ten in silver lake. love it up here.
a few superstores between here and boston to check out.
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That looks really good!
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(wipes tear from his eye) -- it's just so beautiful.
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