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Smoking Brisket now

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I am now in the middle of smoking my first brisket. I have an 11 pounder smoking on a UDS. I started at 2 this afternoon with a temp about 235. It has  now been 8 hours and internal temp stuck on 150 for about 2.5 hours. Does that sound right. I plan on foiling at 170 and cook till 190. Then wrap in a towel and rest in cooler for a couple of hours. Am I on the right course

post #2 of 6

I just cooked my second brisket a couple days ago and it stalled for a long time several places so it seems normal to me. I foiled in the mid 170s and took it to 195* and then put them in it cooler with towels to rest for a few hours. This time around it was a great success! Moist, juicy, and tender.

 

Most here seem to advise to take it to 205* so I'm thinking that if you take it off at 195* and wrap it well and put it in a cooler, it will drift upward to that desired internal temp. Either that or I just got lucky.

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Thanks for the info. I will post with pics. when done.

post #4 of 6

8 Hrs on an 11 lb'er is almost ½ way. 

You were on track.

 

How did it turn out? popcorn.gif

post #5 of 6

Sounds like everything is going well. How about some finished photo's.

post #6 of 6

That is normal for a stall, grab a cold one and ride it out. 

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