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First ever smoke and first brisket with qview

post #1 of 10
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DSC00907.JPGDSC00904.JPGJust got a new MES and did my first ever smoke with a brisket and baby back ribs last Sat.

I smoked the brisket a little to long but still was very good.

Will put up new thread for this weekends smoke

post #2 of 10

One to go.

post #3 of 10

I wouldn't fret much about a little over cooked brisket.  They can be tricky and every one seems to act a little differently.  The great thing about low and slow is that if we are off a bit, it is still pretty darn good stuff.

 

Now for the baby backs?

 

Good luck and good smoking.

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Originally Posted by Venture View Post

I wouldn't fret much about a little over cooked brisket.  They can be tricky and every one seems to act a little differently.  The great thing about low and slow is that if we are off a bit, it is still pretty darn good stuff.

 

Now for the baby backs?

 

Good luck and good smoking.



Oh it was still very good just could of pulled  it off a little sooner was very happy.

The ribs were awesome! posted in the pork section last week

 

post #5 of 10

Thanks for the Qview Rat

 

Briskets are tricky, keep it up. You'll be an expert in no time sausage.gif

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Thanks for the Qview Rat

 

Briskets are tricky, keep it up. You'll be an expert in no time sausage.gif



Thanks I will.

I love brisket so I will do one at least once every couple of weeks

 

post #7 of 10
great looking, ill repeat the phrase above about slow cooking; is its still good even if its a lil overcooked (thank goodness or i'd be fired lol
post #8 of 10

Nice job! Good looking brisket!

post #9 of 10

Love Brisket, lookin' good...JJ

post #10 of 10

right on beercheer.gif

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