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Unread 10-20-2013, 02:16 PM   #31
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Out of the warming blanket....sliced and chopped
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Unread 10-20-2013, 03:09 PM   #32
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Awesome job on the brisket. I noticed that I had a little quicker cooking times on the assassin then I did with my WSM's. Will definitely have to make some adjustments, but hey practicing is the best part. The neighbors and the co-workers don't mind me practing either.
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Looks tasty!
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Looks good from here. What was your take on it?
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Looks good from here. What was your take on it?
The brisket was very good....moist and tender....my only knock on it would be no bark...but that's from cooking in the pan I believe. The smoker is A-1 rock solid excellent!!!!
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The brisket was very good....moist and tender....my only knock on it would be no bark...but that's from cooking in the pan I believe. The smoker is A-1 rock solid excellent!!!!
I normally put the pan under the grate I have the meat on, or if that isn't possible, I lift the meat up off the pan high enough to get some smoke circulation room under it.

In any case, the brisket turned out to your liking. Looks like the Assassin has found a good home!
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Well it looks like a complete success!
Great job and glad you enjoyed the brisket it looks dang fine from here.
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How easy is the fire to control on the Assassin?
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Awesome looking brisket. I have noticed shorter cooking times with my Assassin. I over cooked my first slab of ribs because of that. It is a great smoker and very easy to use.
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That is one fine looking brisket! Smoker looks pretty good also!
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Nice job!
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You will be very happy with Jeff and Robin at Assassin....and as far as getting it greasy and dirty.....u may be right
I have actually already called and spoken with Robin who answered all my questions and helped me decide on the 28.
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I have actually already called and spoken with Robin who answered all my questions and helped me decide on the 28.
Good deal, you will love it. I've been cooking strong on it.
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It's about as close to set it and forget it as you can get
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Awesome looking brisket and sweet smoker. How many pork butts could you do at a time on the 28? I'm really taking a liking to that cooker.
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