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Old 09-02-2013, 02:54 PM   #1
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Started with a 14 pound untrimmed brisket, injected with homemade smoked au jus from the prime rib cook a week ago and refrigerated the brisket overnight, then trimmed and also seasoned with Tatonka Dust.


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Had the WSM holding steady between 235º and 250º the entire cook smoking with cherry.


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Here is the brisket about 7 hours in just prior to separating the point and foiling the flat to go back in the WSM.


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Burnt ends from the brisket point were made with Tatonka Dust, brown sugar, Blue Moon - Belgium pale ale and a little Plowboys Sweet 180 was added right before serving.


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A hash-brown casserole and sweet corn brushed with garlic olive oil and seasoned with Big Poppa's Jallelujah Bacon Jalapeño rub on the grill with a foiled pan on burnt ends on the lower rack with the brisket was resting in a cooler, this brisket cooked a little over 11 hours.


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Brisket being sliced...


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and now plated...


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and a close up for your viewing pleasure.



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Old 09-02-2013, 02:56 PM   #2
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That looks excellent!
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Wow, nice cook and good looking dinner there
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I'm not a fan of burnt ends but that is a fine looking brisket!
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Love the burnt ends! Looks very juicy and delicious.
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Looks nice and juicy!
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If I had my choice between a good woman and your pan of burnt ends, ........I would take the burnt ends, offer some to the good woman and convince her to come with us! Hahahaha! They look damn good!!!!!
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You nailed that brisket dead ass on!!
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Sweet nice looking meal
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That Brisket looks awesome!!!!
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WOW! Very nice!
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Looks awesome! How much longer did you cook in the foil? Looking to do first brisket this weekend. Any advice is appreciated
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Holy crap that looks amazing!!!!
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Great cook, all looks delicious!

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