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Unread 08-31-2013, 06:34 PM   #1
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Default BluDawg Cooked a Brisket

I drug my tired old Arse out of bed at 645 this mornin & put on the coffee. Then me & my assistant went out & wheeled Big Jim to his spot under the shade tree filled his basket with a mesquite log and lump and poured a 1/2 lit chimney on top. While he was warmin up to 300 we pored a cup steeled the boning knife and cut the fat, dusted it in Texas best Rub and introduced old Mr brisket to the smoke at 745 fat cap down for 4 hrs. In the mean time we smoked 2 lbs of hot guts and two fatties. At high noon I rolled him in his seapre for a siesta fat cap up. 1 pm the cow poker said it was time to rest in the kitchen.
After a few hrs the high tech gizmo says 140


Lets see what we have Humm looks like a brisket & smells like one too


Lets see how we did
Flat Passes the bend test


I wonder if it is moist
looks juicy to me, what you think?


My Favorite part Poor mans Prime rib


Your just gonna have to trust me it tastes mighty fine.
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Looks fantastic!
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I trust ya big there, that be lookin awesome!
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Looks Good. Are your fingers really that short n fat or is it just camera angle?
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Pretty good looking first brisket.
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Good looking brisket
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Looks awesome Bludawg...mine came out very dry....I think over cooked
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Looks Good. Are your fingers really that short n fat or is it just camera angle?
camera angle but I do wear a size 14 ring and XX lrg gloves
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Pretty good looking first brisket.
Even a blind pig finds an acorn once in a while got all my learnin watchin BBQ pit masters & listenin to that BBQ santa feller
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Brisket looks great !!!!
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Nice!
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This thread is basically why I don't come round no mo'

Because my work is completed. Just marvelous.

I am at last, superfluous.

You are definitely one I like to keep an eye on.
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That's a great looking brisket!!!
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What? No foil? No internal temps? How did you ever get it to come out right?



Nice looking brisket, Bludawg!
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Nice one dawg.
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