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Thanksgiving Brisket with Q-view

post #1 of 8
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Happy Thanksgiving to all!!


I am thankful that I found this site with all the helpful posts to help me do my first brisket.


Now on with the show!!


I started this brisket off using the brisket maranade and rub reciepies that was on the wiki here on this site.  I placed the flat in the maranade for 6 hours and then placed the rub on and set for another 2 hours before placing it in my CJES.  At 5:45pm I placed my 6 pound flat in at 250F and started adding my wood chips.  5 hours later I was at 160F so I foiled and went to bed.  Alarm woke me at 4:30 and I found that the flat was at 195F, so I went back in for an hour and slept till the internal temp was 205F.  I placed the foiled pan in the oven to rest and after 2 hours I started cutting.  It was perfect, the end was still able to slice with just a few pieces falling apart.  The brisket was a success, in my book anyway. 


Thanks again for all the info that you are willing to share!


post #2 of 8

seems you are on the right track.

post #3 of 8

It looks delicious, I love the bark on that baby!!!

post #4 of 8

That is a great looking brisket 

post #5 of 8

Congrats on your first brisky, you did a great job icon14.gif


That bark is awesome

Thanks for posting your Qview


post #6 of 8

Looks nice and juicy. I'll take a slice for sure.

post #7 of 8

Very nice job!  Great bark on that brisket.  Could you...er...pass me a plate??  drool.gif

post #8 of 8
Thread Starter 

Thanks all, the in-laws loved it so much they want me to smoke some deer roasts for Christmas....lol!!

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