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Unread 07-13-2013, 11:04 AM   #1
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Default Fluctuating UDS temps for brisket

Put a brisket on this morning and it was going fine. Left to go to the store and the fire went out. Temps have been rising and falling all morning. Will this affects outcome because it was a constant temp?
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How long was the fire out?

Fluctuating temps is just par for the course to some extent. I think you will be fine.
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Temps don't have to be constant but the fire going out could be a problem. How long was it out and what was the IT when you got back?
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How long was the fire out?

Fluctuating temps is just par for the course to some extent. I think you will be fine.
Not very long. Maybe an hour. I've been doing so darn good with briskets and this thing went to crap! I think I got a little over confident.
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Temps don't have to be constant but the fire going out could be a problem. How long was it out and what was the IT when you got back?
Internal temp of brisket was 180
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Carry one what time shall I be there?
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Carry one what time shall I be there?
Come on! Taking it to the inlaws pool party. Gonna have plenty of beer. Your not too far from here!
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foil it at 157* internal and finish in the oven
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Just finish it off and eat it. Sounds like it was at a safe temp and didnt sit long so it should be fine. Strange that the fire went out in your uds, were you using brickets and get ash choked?
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