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Falling meat temps results

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Just wanted to say thanks to Les, SmokinAl, Cycletrash, and Ross for your advice yesterday about my falling meat temps. I was kinda freakin out, but everything turned out good, and I learned a couple of things in the process. One thing I'll never unfoil my brisket before the finished internal temps. I did get some pics of the finished brisket and pork butt and I'll post them when I figure out how to. Thanks again Gary

post #2 of 12

Yea sometimes you just have to sit back and relax and chill and let it do its thing. That can be easier said than done especially if we are trying something for the first time. Glad everything turned out great.

post #3 of 12

Not a problem at all!! We all like to help when we can.I'm just glad everything turned out for you!!

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Qview from yesterdays brisket cook with the falling temps2-12-11 beef brisket and boston butt 023.jpg

post #5 of 12

That's some sweet looking brisket Dude. I'm glad it all worked out in the end. Great experience for you to get that one under your belt. Next time will be a lot less stressful. 

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Boston Butt I cooked with the brisket2-12-11 beef brisket and boston butt 020.jpg

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pulled and ready to consume2-12-11 beef brisket and boston butt 021.jpg

post #8 of 12

Woo Hoo, you hit a homer with the butt too. Great job Q!

post #9 of 12

Nice! Great smoke ring!

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Very Nice Smoke ring..

 

post #11 of 12

It all looks great!

 

Good luck and good smoking.

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