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Unread 02-22-2012, 06:17 PM   #1
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Default First Low N Slow Brisket w/ Pron

Tired my first low n slow brisket last weekend, and I must say it was fantastic! 12lb select packer from Walmart (only place I can find packers). Simple rub with equal parts salt, pepper, and paprika. Cooked on the WSM at 225 until it probed tender. Great bark, super tender and juicey. My first two briskets were hot and fast and I didn't get the results I had with this one. This cook made me a low n slow man for life . . . well maybe not for life, but at least my next few brisket cooks. Thanks for looking.
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Looks great brotha nice ring what kind of wood did you use?
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Oh my word!! That looks delicious.
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Awesome job on the brisky!
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That right there is the way to do brisket. Very nice indeed.
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Wow - that is one heck of a job for a first low-n-slow brisket. (I wish my first had turned out like that!) Congrats!
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Hammock-check. Remote thermoMeters-check. SUPERB BRISKET- check!
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Great looking brisket, nice job!
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Those sliced shots look farking fantistic!

Beautiful heavy bark along with the nice ring. I'm diggin' it.
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To the uninformed, a charred, black hunk of meat is misguiding...one of my favorite sights!

My mouth always waters when I see a fine piece of meat...that's what she said..
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Looks great brotha nice ring what kind of wood did you use?
Thanks! Used a mix of apple and hickory chunks.
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Beautiful briskit:). How long did it take?

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To the uninformed, a charred, black hunk of meat is misguiding...one of my favorite sights!

My mouth always waters when I see a fine piece of meat...that's what she said..
Yep, it looked like a meteorite when I pulled it off the cooker, but inside was nothing but tender, beefy goodness.
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