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Unread 09-08-2013, 07:51 PM   #1
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Default Little Sunday Brisket

Kroger had brisket on sale last week for $1.69lbs ... they also took several flats and cut them in half. I bought a couple whole briskets and several half flats.

Today, woke up with my back kicking my ass (compressed disc) but wife really wanted BBQ and surprisingly to me had taken one of the half flats out last night.

I did a little trim to it, used my home rub, then threw it on the Traeger @ 250 for about 3 hours, wrapped it, 1.5 hours longer and pulled it at 200, let rest for 30 minutes. This is the end result - tasted great, killer moisture, best I've done so far.

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I take it as a blessing when the wife wants bbq!
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If looks could add weight, I'd have put on 10 pounds just looking at that!

Good eats!
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That is one good looking hunk o beef!
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And people say pellet poopers don't make enough smoke. Judging by that ring, it sure looks like it. Very good looking!!
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Looks Tasty.
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Now you got me Dying to try a brisket again. If I fail it's your fault!!!!!!LOL
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Looks mighty good from here.
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Nice beef! Hope your back is better soon man!
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That looks good. Would make an awesome sandwich if there are any left overs.
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That looks good. Would make an awesome sandwich if there are any left overs.
Its my lunch at work tomorrow ;)
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that sure looks good
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Maybe my memory is in a need of a good reboot,
but that's the first good cook with a 1/2 flat I think
I've read. I picked up a full flat w/point for $1.67 the
other day but my cook is on hold do to family health
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And people say pellet poopers don't make enough smoke. Judging by that ring, it sure looks like it. Very good looking!!
I agree. The stuff I'm seeing coming off of pellet smokers tastes smoky and looks beautiful.
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I agree. The stuff I'm seeing coming off of pellet smokers tastes smoky and looks beautiful.
Uh huh...
I reckon you have to respect anyone with as many trophies as Myron Mixon...
But, uhhh... I've had some seriously good Q off those pellet poopers..
And, that briskieee looks real good from where I'm sitting!
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