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zubby01
07-03-2015, 02:30 AM
I have a large packer I'm going to smoke all day Friday because I have the day off. It will be finished in the evening. I would like to serve it the next day (Saturday) for dinner - around 5-ish. What is the best way to store after cooking and to reheat the next day?

IamMadMan
07-03-2015, 07:21 AM
Heat gently in a foil pan with some beef broth... heat - don't cook.

gw1947
07-03-2015, 08:30 AM
I cook the day before, put in frig in a covered foil pan with all it's juices. Next day I place on cooker still covered at 230 till it reaches 205. Takes a 15# brisket 3 hrs to reach that temp. Works every time. Done a bunch of them this way.

jjjonz
07-03-2015, 06:28 PM
I cook the day before, put in frig in a covered foil pan with all it's juices. Next day I place on cooker still covered at 230 till it reaches 205. Takes a 15# brisket 3 hrs to reach that temp. Works every time. Done a bunch of them this way.


X2 ...just cool off some before putting in frig.

Jason TQ
07-03-2015, 07:00 PM
After it is cooled I'd wrap in in plastic wrap and some foil. Then to reheat put it in a 300-350 oven and once it hits 170 that is hot enough. Since you already cooked it to tender once getting much above 170'ish can have some falling apart if you want slices. Nothing wrong with pulled beef though :-D

Pocchampion
07-03-2015, 08:15 PM
Sous vide. Been using mine for the past six months to reheat and it is the bomb. Wife bought a Franklins brisket for my birthday and they recommend sous vide as preferred method to reheat.

lantern
07-03-2015, 11:05 PM
Sous vide. Been using mine for the past six months to reheat and it is the bomb. Wife bought a Franklins brisket for my birthday and they recommend sous vide as preferred method to reheat.

Yep. My new sous vide machine is a reheating champ.