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2nd Crack at a Brisket! Taste the same as the first :-)

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This 5 pound baby went in at 10am, pulled it at165 (6pm)...wrap it with a little bit of apple juice, then into the oven till 205..only took 2 hrs in the oven! beef broth in the water pan.

 

Taste about the same as my first one....dam good!

 

covered it with Montreal steak spice and mopped a few times with Sweet Baby Ray BBQ sauce.

 

 

Slided 3/4 of it...rest I pulled.

 

I think next time i'll go really light on the steak spice....does anyone go easy on the rub?

 

Thanks everyone!

 

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post #2 of 6

Looks tasty!!

  Craig

post #3 of 6
That thing looks fantastic! On my briskys, I just use salt, pepper and smoke. I dont even spritz, and they come out tender and moist. I like to let the meat and smoke do all the talking and use sauces, etc. as condiments instead of ingredients.
post #4 of 6

I agree with James. I rub with a little Worsty, then s&p.

post #5 of 6

Well done it looks great . i rub olive oil and a mix off sugar salt and pepper ,

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post #6 of 6

Looks real good, SB !

 

On Beef, I like to put Worcestershire (thick) sauce on first---then a good rub.

If I don't have any Worcestershire, I use A1 for the base.

I think that gives Beef more flavor than oil or mustard.

 

Mustard on my Pork though!!!

 

 

 

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