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Unread 10-16-2013, 01:02 PM   #16
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I do briskets for 11-12 hours at 225. Before I invested in the cajun bandit stacker I would do it like this. don't use both baskets or you'll jack up the sides. Where I live the humidity is 80%. I am not concerned about a water pan.

I put my basket on right right side of the performer because the amount of grease from a brisket clogged up the light assist and it took me forever to get it all out. I will load it up with this much charcoal and I don't need to add fuel for 12 hours.

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Unread 10-16-2013, 01:59 PM   #17
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@ Sliding Billy and peeps, I am only cooking these Prime CAB briskets because they are incredibly reasonable at $2.69 lb. I know this price won't last, so I am going to get all I can while I can.

I was really scared of brisket, and certainly would never have tried cooking one, except this price forced me to do it.

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Unread 10-16-2013, 02:27 PM   #18
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Dang, that's a great price for Prime CAB. I'd buy a chest freezer and every packer they have in stock at that price.
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Put a buffer tween fire n meat

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I would cook it fat cap down to insulate it from the fire and eliminate the dry spots. I foil mine after the stall and then put the fat cap up until probe tender, usually around the 210 mark or so. I have been known to finish in a 300 degree oven after foiling.

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