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First Go At Brisket

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Kicking it up a notch this week and smoking my first brisket. Picked up an 11lb CAB packer:


Lathered on some Worcestershire and kept the rub simple:

(kosher salt, pepper, onion, garlic, smoked paprika and a touch of cumin)

Going to start the smoke later this afternoon...sliced flat and delicious burnt ends for dinner tomorrow night if all goes as planned.
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Lookin' good!  Keep us posted...

 

Red

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I can't wait to do my first brisket.  Learning the tricks with ribs and wings first. 

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Originally Posted by Kallen View Post

I can't wait to do my first brisket.  Learning the tricks with ribs and wings first. 

Briskets are a whole different smoke; they'll test your patience at times, that's why they are known as the holy grail of barbeque.  Its a delicious reward, however.

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So far I have done pork baby back ribs, beef ribs, chicken wings, chicken thighs.  My next endevor is ooing to be a pork shoulder.  They have all came oua great.  Wish me luck when I finally do my brisket. 

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