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Unread 01-04-2014, 10:37 AM   #1
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Default bludawg style Brisket Thread

Could somebody please direct me to the thread that has the instructions for the "bludawg brisket"? A buddy of mine is going to cook one today and I wanted to send him a link. I have tried the search function but can't seem to put my hands on it.

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Unread 01-04-2014, 10:42 AM   #2
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https://www.google.com/url?q=http://...QcdhQF_mgw6dLQ

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You could also use the search bar at the bottom. Look up theK.I.S.S. method
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Thanks GrillinGuy, I spent about 30min on the search function but just missed it I guess.
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You're welcome and best of luck on your briskey
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Another... http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...ludawg+brisket
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He uses no foil.... not sure why he uses butcher paper; as any rumors as to the myth that foil causes Alzheimers are totally untrue.

I have never used foil or butcher paper as I recall.
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I don't agree with the above post. Any rumors as to the myth that foil causes Alzheimers are totally untrue.
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Please be careful, I have Rd something about aluminum foil and early on set. ...something abput I link between foil and all timer hers.
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There is as much a link between foil and Alzheimer's as there is between vaccines and autism.. And in case you're wondering that link is zero. There is no evidence outside of crazy debunked scientists looking for money

The reason I use butcher paper and the reason I think you should as well is because unlike foil it doesn't hold in the moisture and steam your bark, it wicks away the moisture and slows the evaporative cooling, so you can power through the stall and keep your bark intact. I personally get the most repeatable success from wrapping with butcher paper after the bark gets the color I like. Generally that happens shortly after the stall begins.
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I can't remember if I use foil or not, but I'm pretty sure I butcher paper my steaks and chicken…and I got vaccinated for my autism already.
The vaccine gave me the Flu, so there is that.
I use foil when I cook brisket in my steamer, because frankly, I hate steamed brisket.
It reminds me of Joan Rivers…and I'm not eating that.

I want to be more helpful but the OP confused me. He wants to send his mate a sausage but he can't put his hands on the 'search engine'.
It all sounds very suspicious and dodgy to me.
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Only thing I use foil is for when I need to make new foil hat.
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He also doesn't use a diffuser or heat shield.. or whatever you want to call it.. no foil either.. I.. think..
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I only use foil on my COOKER. The SMOKER gets no foil.
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There is as much a link between foil and Alzheimer's as there is between vaccines and autism.. And in case you're wondering that link is zero. There is no evidence outside of crazy debunked scientists looking for money

The reason I use butcher paper and the reason I think you should as well is because unlike foil it doesn't hold in the moisture and steam your bark, it wicks away the moisture and slows the evaporative cooling, so you can power through the stall and keep your bark intact. I personally get the most repeatable success from wrapping with butcher paper after the bark gets the color I like. Generally that happens shortly after the stall begins.
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