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Old 06-15-2019, 07:00 PM   #1
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Default Brisket hot& fast

I know there are folks that say brisket is best low and slow.....but a good friend of mine didn't have the time. I guess you have to do what you have to do?



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Old 06-15-2019, 07:09 PM   #2
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I didnt get anything from the link, but for myself I would not advertise brisket unless I had at least four hours spare time.
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Old 06-15-2019, 07:12 PM   #3
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I didnt get anything from the link, but for myself I would not advertise brisket unless I had at least four hours spare time.
Sorry...highlite….

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Old 06-15-2019, 07:19 PM   #4
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That is REALLY hot and fast! If I am reading it right, congrats.
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Old 06-15-2019, 07:36 PM   #5
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300-350 is hot and fast. 500 is holy ****!!!

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I'd like to see some pics of that brisket...crazy
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I've been cooking everything hot and fast since thanks giving. Turkey read done. Pulled it- checked again and it wasn't ready. Guests were here. Cranked the smoker to 500 and let it rip. It was some of the best turkey ever.

Nowadays I cook at 400. If it falls to 350 it's ok but I like 400. Ribs come out super tender even not wrapped. Chicken the same.

I don't do brisket but I did buy brisket for stew meat yesterday and decided to cut the point out to smoke. I'll try that today at 400 and see how it goes.

Greg blonder of food science says high heat cooking doesn't dry chicken out as much because the moisture doesn't have time to evaporate before the chicken gets to the cooled temp. I've found it to be the same for ribs and other meats in general
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Interesting. I will have to try that when I get the Open Range out in August.
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I've been cooking everything hot and fast since thanks giving. Turkey read done. Pulled it- checked again and it wasn't ready. Guests were here. Cranked the smoker to 500 and let it rip. It was some of the best turkey ever.

Nowadays I cook at 400. If it falls to 350 it's ok but I like 400. Ribs come out super tender even not wrapped. Chicken the same.

I don't do brisket but I did buy brisket for stew meat yesterday and decided to cut the point out to smoke. I'll try that today at 400 and see how it goes.

Greg blonder of food science says high heat cooking doesn't dry chicken out as much because the moisture doesn't have time to evaporate before the chicken gets to the cooled temp. I've found it to be the same for ribs and other meats in general
It'll be good. I've done a couple at 375-400. Just be ready because it'll be done quick. Whole packer takes 3.5-4 hours.

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So, at 375 to 400*, do you guys wrap?
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It came out great. I wasn't surprised. 400 degrees for two hours in the smoker then the rain came so I brought it in, wrapped it in foil and set the oven to 400.

It probed like butter about 1.5 hours later and temp was showing 203. It literally almost felt like there was nothing in the foil when I probed it. Like probing into water.

Mouth feel was amazing. Had a gummy, gelatinous feel.

Would be a sure fire winner at a get together.

What I like about hot and fast is the maillard reaction is very strong, the fat dripping into the pan really imeat and adds another layer of flavor, and the food is cooked in no time at all.

Oh and this was a cheap, unrated,Walmart brisket
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Yep. About 2 hours in. Your cooker may require wrapping sooner or later but you better check around 1.5 hours. I prefer butcher paper.

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