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Unread 08-18-2013, 03:13 PM   #1
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Default B-d-d-d-d-d-d-d-d! How bout a bris-KET!

Doing my first brisket today. It's a 10# packer, procured via Brethren CtTradArcher. Thanks, bro.

Did a little trimming and used my usual simple seasoning of fresh ground sea salt, fresh ground black pepper, and a sprinkling of garlic powder.





Loaded the Cimmaron w/ Cowboy, then cherry chunk, then more Cowboy, then dumped a lit chimney on it.



It ran at 315-350 on the offset for 4.5 hours. Here it is after 4 hours:





At 4.5 hours I pulled the baby backs (bend test) off the WSM then moved the brisket from the offset.



(Butcher paper compliments of CtTradArcher).

So now the brisket sits in the WSM, cruising along at 275. I'm about 5.5 hours in.

I rested the BBs in foil w/ a little homemade sauce. They're good, but not as good as the 225-230* rack I did last time, which were near perfect, as I define it.

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Nice Brisket and Ribs....
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you better check that brisket I bet it's probe tender like MOFO
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Wow that looks good!
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Wow ,what a nice looking feast
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you better check that brisket I bet it's probe tender like MOFO
Damn Bludawg you scared me! I ran out and probed- the point was like butta but the flat wasn't. I'll check again in an hour. I wrapped it in butcher paper.

No idea of IT.
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The color you got on those is just beautiful! If they taste anything like they look you hit a homerun for sure!

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Pulled it, after 9 hours. It stuck to the grate a little.





It's resting.
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Dear God that looks good.....I loves me some point
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Looks great. Lovely bark.
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looks just about perfect to me
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Good lookin' brisket there!
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Whoa. That is moist and has great bark!
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Look like a Meaty rack of ribs and some Juicy brisket!!! Well done:)
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