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Old 04-09-2016, 08:02 PM   #1
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I know nothing special to most but damn this the biggest brisket I have ever gotten and my kamado is not going to be able to fit it. I have to fire my 22.5" WSM for this one and I had to buy charcoal briquettes as I don't have any. I always buy lump. This is going to be fun. Trying to get my buddy to stay for beer and brisket and an all night cook. I am trying to get him into bbq and outdoor cooking. I even sprung for a Blackstone griddle table top for a house warming gift. One of my best friend's so you know got to convince him of the power of bbq. He likes beer and eating so I am just saying match made in heaven. Now just to use the lure of beer and brisket to convince him of the power of bbq. Yes I really am this farking nuts!
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Old 04-09-2016, 08:08 PM   #2
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That's big for me too. Usually cooking for just a few.
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Love me a BIG brisket. I once cooked a 25lb Wagyu in a Sam's Club comp in Pittsburgh. Best part of cooking a monster like that.....leftovers....for days.
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It's been 12 hours, time for an update

(or are you still goofing off in Comp trying to start a Rusty beat-down with Dan )
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Thats a nice size right there! This thread is useless without pics! :)
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Not sure how to post pics with an android phone. It's hitting 200 but you know not probe tender yet.

Besides nobody likes brisket around here anyways right? ;)

I guess I can try and figure it out and get some pics.
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Old 04-10-2016, 09:33 AM   #7
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See if this works
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It worked but a little bit large of a pic. Apparently have to take picture and upload it at the same time. Sorry if the pic is huge.
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Old 04-10-2016, 09:37 AM   #9
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Looks Good tome
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Would you believe it is a select brisket? I had a choice brisket last time both from Wal-Mart and the select brisket IMO is a better cut of meat.

I ran out of foil so parchment paper will have to do. Probably should always have an extra roll of foil but you know sometimes you just got to improvise a little.
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Starting to probe tender little bit longer I think as some of the flat still seems tight.
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select brisket IMO is a better cut of meat.
Oh Rusty, what will we do!
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Oh Rusty, what will we do!
I am just saying this particular one is better than the choice one I bought last time. I mean honestly they packed fat in the cyro that wasn't even attached and I don't think it came from the same cut of meat. This one is strangely awesome IMO compared to the last one. Maybe mislabeled?
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Old 04-10-2016, 12:35 PM   #14
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Some burnt ends in progress. Second pan full is on the lower cooking grate. Point is so large compared to what I am use to that I actually needed a second half pan. I am hoping this may be the best brisket I ever have cooked. So far so good. The flat is resting and hopefully it slices nice once it's done resting.
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