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Unread 02-19-2010, 09:40 AM   #31
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Good luck with that bad boy, Guerry!
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Unread 02-19-2010, 10:51 AM   #32
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Thanks for all the sage advice and well wishes everybody!
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Thanks! Yep, there's two or three but I'm not a member. Can't decide between them or Costco.
costco Doesnt carry brisket by me, sucks.

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Now my mouth is starting to water..... 14 hours! that is a lot of beer.
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Now my mouth is starting to water..... 14 hours! that is a lot of beer.
Buuuuuuuurrrrrrrrppppppppppp.
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I'll throw in my best wishes for success and a resounding vote for cherry (at least for part of the cook). We love it on brisky and usually start with cherry then some pecan, oak or Ol' Hick and you've got fine eatin' heading your way! Hope you're well stocked on stogies for the long hours of cooking and drinking that lie ahead!
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I'll throw in my best wishes for success and a resounding vote for cherry (at least for part of the cook). We love it on brisky and usually start with cherry then some pecan, oak or Ol' Hick and you've got fine eatin' heading your way! Hope you're well stocked on stogies for the long hours of cooking and drinking that lie ahead!
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Et tu, Brute'?
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Nice stash...Both of you
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Wow! I'm coming over to both your houses!
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Wow! I'm coming over to both your houses!
The invitation is always open.

Question: I was planning on taking the brisket out tonight, rinsing, patting dry and then applying some rub and then foil for the fridge. Curious if there is any reason NOT to do this?
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Skip the foil and wrap in plastic. Otherwise, it's a perfect plan!
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