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Unread 11-07-2009, 08:30 AM   #16
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well,i put the brisket in the electric smoker around midnite, got up at 6 and the internal temp was 134 f . so now it is on the grill,grill temp 235 f . my question is, should 134 internal temp be anything to worry about as far as food safety goes or is that ok,
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well,i put the brisket in the electric smoker around midnite, got up at 6 and the internal temp was 134 f . so now it is on the grill,grill temp 235 f . my question is, should 134 internal temp be anything to worry about as far as food safety goes or is that ok,
I am not an expert in this but I think the question is how long has it been over 45 and below 145?
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i would guess most of the 6 hours, it was at 42 when i put it in the smoker
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internal temp. is 194 now, not quite like knife in butta yet.
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