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Old 11-09-2013, 04:42 PM   #1
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Hot and fast cook. 325* avg temp. On at 10am off at 3pm. 2hr rest this is what we got. Thanks for looking.
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Old 11-09-2013, 04:45 PM   #2
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Old 11-09-2013, 04:49 PM   #3
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Mighty fine briskey there.
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That looks soooo good....I may have to do one tomorrow.
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Holy moly, you nailed that sucker!
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Nice one!!
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Nice looking brisket!
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looks great!
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Dang, that looks great! Nice smoke ring, juicy and the only problem with it was that I don't have any!

Went to Costco Friday looking for briskets but they only had choice flats for $4.19 a lb. No prime and no packers.
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Nice looking Brisket did you foil at all and when ?
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Looks sooooo good.
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Nice looking Brisket did you foil at all and when ?
put in pan with rack at 160*. added 1cup beef stock. wrapped with foil. left one corner open to vent. pulled at 198*.
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put in pan with rack at 160*. added 1cup beef stock. wrapped with foil. left one corner open to vent. pulled at 198*.
So the rack held it up out of the Juices,packer or flat? That is the juiciest brisket i have ever seen and nice smoke ring. Great job
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[QUOTE=Wneill20;2687212]So the rack held it up out of the Juices,packer or flat?.

yes the rack kept just above the juices. it was a 19.5# packer.
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