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Unread 06-22-2014, 08:51 PM   #1
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Default My First Wagyu Brisket

I have been a long time luker and this is my first post.

I am starting my first Wagyu Brisket (AAC - Australian Wagyu) tonight at around midnight for a goal serving time of serving 1-2pm Monday. It is around 16 pounds. I am using a large BGE with CyberQ/pit viper. I am using a simple salt and pepper rub. Using Oak chunks mixed into BGE lump. I plan to cook it @ 225 until it she is done.

Wish me luck

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Unread 06-22-2014, 09:00 PM   #2
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Well, good luck! Just curious, why Wagyu? Don't get me wrong, I've wanted to try a Wagyu brisket, but the price vs. tenderness over a properly smoked choice doesn't seem worth it.
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Good luck!! I ruined my first Wagyu You live and learn. They tend to cook quicker also.
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Got a great price from my local purveyor. Doing a test run before the 4th.
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Keep us posted.
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I've wanted to try wagyu. Hope it turns out well!
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post pics looking forward to it
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That briskly looks like a great one. The better the brisket the sooner they seem to be done.
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How long do you guys think it will take to cook? I am putting in on @ Midnight for 1PM serve.
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Wrap or no wrap?
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With no wrap at 225 it will not be ready.
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Gonna do a wrap @ 150 F
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How long do you guys think it will take to cook? I am putting in on @ Midnight for 1PM serve.
Are you using a plate setter? I hope so.
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Are you using a plate setter? I hope so.
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