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Old 07-18-2009, 05:01 PM   #1
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Talking 28 Pounds Of Slow Start - Fast Finish Brisket



I got underway right after daybreak this morning....with two 14 pound choice Angus briskets. 180° for 3 hours, then ramped up the cooker to 325° for another 5 hours. It was tender and had an internal of 193° when I slipped it off the pit. Used the Lockhart style rub (or as I just learned, Dalmation rub) cherry and pecan. No TQ. These are round two for the wedding rehearsal, so no sliced shots.








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Old 07-18-2009, 05:11 PM   #2
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When I saw 28 lbs and brisket, I thought man, that musta been a giant bull..... They look good, it would be hard for me to not cut off a cooks sample of two of each .
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Old 07-18-2009, 05:11 PM   #3
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If it taste anywhere close to as good as it looks then you are in great shape! Looks pretty much perfect to me!
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Old 07-18-2009, 05:30 PM   #4
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Looks awesome! I'm going to be giving popdaddy's tri-level rub a shot for my next high heat brisket experiment. How did the slices come out?
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Old 07-18-2009, 06:22 PM   #5
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They look great
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Old 07-18-2009, 06:37 PM   #6
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That looks like some good viddles, I wish this was a scratch and sniff monitor , lol
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Old 07-18-2009, 07:13 PM   #7
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My wife is scratch and sniff. Thirdeye, when is someone gonna get courageous a really pile on the Dalmatian rub like I do. LOL

Looks delicious
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Old 07-18-2009, 08:31 PM   #8
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Donny, I've got one going right now. Pics will be posted later. Problem is its only a flat.

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Old 07-18-2009, 09:13 PM   #9
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Looks awesome! I'm going to be giving popdaddy's tri-level rub a shot for my next high heat brisket experiment. How did the slices come out?
These are the first two of five that I am doing for a wedding rehershal. It's in a small town in northern Colorado and the gal I'm doing them for wanted them frozen for reheating later. I did a complete test run a few weeks ago that came out fine. I have a week to do the others. I wish there were some slices to try out too.

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My wife is scratch and sniff. Thirdeye, when is someone gonna get courageous a really pile on the Dalmatian rub like I do. LOL

Looks delicious
The salt is hard to see in the photo, but I've never really been one to rub heavily . What would you guess is the amount you would use on a brisket this size?
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The salt is hard to see in the photo, but I've never really been one to rub heavily . What would you guess is the amount you would use on a brisket this size?
Here is a screenshot from Popdaddy's youtube video. As you can see, it's a pretty heavy coating:




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I see the grate marks, just curious what you do for flips?

I did my first brisket (5lb flat) today, not bad on taste, but too dry and not tender. I definitely need some practice.
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Drums are a little awkward to work in because they are actually a chimney when that lid comes off. The smoke can get heavy after a minute. Then when turning things like butts or brisket, the surface fats are dripping right into the charcoal basket.

I use some neoprene gloves called Claw Hands. They are made by Wells Lamont. They have a short cuff, like cotton work gloves but are very thick.

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Great lookin' brisket!

Gonna check them Claw hands out.
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Drums are a little awkward to work in because they are actually a chimney when that lid comes off. The smoke can get heavy after a minute. Then when turning things like butts or brisket, the surface fats are dripping right into the charcoal basket.

I use some neoprene gloves called Claw Hands. They are made by Wells Lamont. They have a short cuff, like cotton work gloves but are very thick.

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Sorry, meant to ask how often or how many times...
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