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Unread 11-17-2013, 06:39 PM   #16
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Well as it turns out, i didn't need to be worried. This thing turned out incredible! I can't complain! The flat was perfect! Tender but not to tender like i feared, super moist with really good flavor. Only complaint i have about it is the damn bread knife i used to slice it with. I just couldn't slice it properly for the life of me and although i tried to make pencil thickness slices i just couldn't gauge it correctly and they were all to thick. Time to invest in a good slicing knife and a pair of glasses. Anyhow here are the pictures of the flat. Thanks again for all the compliments!










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Unread 11-17-2013, 06:45 PM   #17
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Well done!
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I'm hungry again and I just ate! Awesome job!
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great job on that brisket!
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Nice job and great pics~!
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That looks mighty good!
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Very nice. That looks great!
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Fine looking Brisket!!!!
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Damn, that looks good!!
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Looks great! How many lbs of pellets did you use for the cook?
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Perfection !
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That sure looks nailed, nice cook
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I'm not a huge brisket fan but that makes me want a bite!
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Looks great! How many lbs of pellets did you use for the cook?
I cant be exact because i didnt weight them. There was about 3 or 4 cups worth in the hopper when i started and i used a 20 pound bag of bbq delight hickory during the cook and there looks like about 2-3 cups left in the hopper now. So 21 or 22 pounds maybe? I started warming it up at 11:00 last night and shut it down around 4 this afternoon when i pulled the beans and burnt ends off so that would be about 1.5 pounds an hour maybe? just a guestimation.
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Looks like you friggin nailed it!
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