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Unread 05-27-2008, 05:38 PM   #1
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Default My first beef brisket...

This was the first weekend I have had the chance to fire up my new smoker. I ended up throwing a brisket into the mix and here are some pics...this took quite awhile, about 10 hours. I am still learning the ins & outs of the smoker. I used a McCormick beef rub that can be bought anywhere. Nothing special...the only thing special about it is this was my first attempt at a brisket...

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Unread 05-27-2008, 05:42 PM   #2
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Great looking brisket!

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Nice smoke ring! Looks good enough to eat!
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Great smoke ring, great looking brisket.

How did it taste?
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Nice looking smoke ring. Congrats on cook.
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I see that the farkin' mailman lost my invite. Good looking eats, there Brother Lumpy.
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That, sir, looks nothing like my first brisket (that's a good thing). Good stuff.
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Great lookin' beef!
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Wow! Nice job bro....you're bringing over samples yes??
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Congrats!! Great lookin' brisket!
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nice job lumby!.. ur a natural
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thanks everyone!! it was pretty good last night...well, this morning when it finished...

Pat...we are going to have some for dinner then i will bring over some samples...
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That is one fine looking hunk o' beef!
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Nice first brisket!
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Nice work on your first brisket - took 10 hours - how big was it?
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