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Cooking a beef brisket in my masterbuilt smoker.

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I am cooking a beef brisket in my masterbuilt electric smoker. How long do I cook it? It is a 10.5 lb brisket. It is for fathers day dinner. I am also going to put in baby back ribs with about 4 hours left in the cooking process. Also what temp do I use. Thanks for reading.
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You wanna cook by temp not time.  Though I would cook it roughly at 225 for about 1.5 hours per pound.  Now brisket is really a tough meat, so you wanna take it to at least 190 for slicing and 200 for pulling.  That should leave you some nice tender meat.  Now do a search on here for burnt ends.  They are wonderful, I always slice the flat of the brisket, and cut the point up into chunks and put them back in the smoker for burnt ends which is like beef candy.  I hope this helps

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Brokenwing is spot on but add a couple of hours just in case it decides to stall for a bit. You can wrap it in foil and put it in a cooler with some towels and it will stay hot for hours in case it gets done early. You can use the search bar at the top to find answers to almost any question you might have.

I see this is your first post so when you get a minute would you stop by "Roll Call" and formally introduce yourself so we can get to know you! Also would you update your profile to include your location, it helps people when they offer advice to know where you are, Thanks!

And keep us posted how that brisket is doing!

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Also what temputer and how long do I cook ribs?

Thank you cbpower

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