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post #21 of 25

Nice work, looks good from the pics.  Thanks for sharing.

post #22 of 25

That's a great looking piece of meat. Thanks for sharing the details. I'm smoking my first brisket this week.

post #23 of 25

it is a good looking brisket 

post #24 of 25

 

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Originally Posted by PhilH View Post

We had a great time last night & everybody seemed to love the Brisket. It was done late.. lol We ate at about 9:30. It was worth the wait..

 

Since it was taking it extra long to cook I separated the flat from the point. Something I just about never do.. But it did speed things up & the meat was still moist..

 

I usually cook to temp but my probe went haywire. My smoker was cranking out 235* but my meat probe went from 172* to 153*.. I stuck the probe in at multiple places & got the same readings.. As you can see by the pictures that meat was nowhere at that temp.. It was done.. If not a little overdone.. But I like it that way..

 

Here are the pics.. Sorry about the presentation but people were on my butt about getting the meat out. They were hungry.. lol

 

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It sure was good. Gonna have sliced brisket sammies for lunch... drool.gif

 

Phil

 

Holy smoke ring, Batman!

post #25 of 25

icon14.gif looks great drool.gif

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