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Unread 05-02-2010, 09:28 PM   #1
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Default first brisket on the 22" WSM

i kept this one real simple for my first cook, black pepper, onion powder, season salt, and a beef stock injection (thanks northwestbbq)













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Unread 05-02-2010, 09:51 PM   #2
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That is a good looking brisket
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Great looking Brisket nice smoke ring bet it was delicious
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Good job, Kevin.
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what were you using for fuel? any wood chunks in the mix?
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Nice brisket and Pron too !!
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Wow, that is a great looking brisket.
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The 22 is a good brisket cooker.
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Lookin' good bro. Nice briskie, nice photos!!
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what were you using for fuel? any wood chunks in the mix?
i use kingsford competition briquettes, and i used fresh cherry wood that my uncle gave me. i used a stick about 2 1/2 in. around and 16-18 in. long, cut into 5 pieces
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wow wow wow ! that looks amazing. did the beef stock inj alter the taste at all ??
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wow wow wow ! that looks amazing. did the beef stock inj alter the taste at all ??
only for the better, it made a more pronounced beef flavor (just use the low or no salt). i learned about this method at a comp i went to in Seattle at pike place market with northwestbbq
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Good-lookin brisket! How was the pull-apart tenderness?
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Good-lookin brisket! How was the pull-apart tenderness?
when we tugged on it, it didnt fall apart but was still real tender
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