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post #21 of 30

Nice first briskey!!! The sliced shot has some nice moisture showing when I zoomed-in, too...I'll bet it is tender...falling apart under the knife is a good sign, IMHO. Smoke ring isn't everything, either...if electric, won't happen...it's the smoke flavor that counts in the end, though.

 

 

Once you get a brisket under your belt, it's hard to refuse the next chance at one...they are versatile in how they can be prepared and finished, and very flavorful.

 

Enjoy, as I'm sure your will!

 

 

Eric

post #22 of 30

Oh gotta love ya some burnt ends!

post #23 of 30

Great job on your first brisket! Looks amazing.

post #24 of 30
Thread Starter 

thanks everyone. it was a great leaning experience and some decent food came out of it. it certainly was very tender. so some of the temp, times and technique can be kept.  I need to adjust the rub ingredients and the amount i put on. i need to use a stronger wood than pecan. I not sure it i was getting enough smoke or it's too mild for beef.

 

kudos to Chef JimmyJ Au Jus recipe. that smelled and tasted fantastic. that will always be part of my brisket cooks! 

post #25 of 30

It all looks great!  Very nicely done...That sliced shot is money for sure! 

 

Red

post #26 of 30

Beautiful!  Absolutely beautiful!!!

 

I love a good brisket and don't cook as many as I should.

 

Gonna remedy that soon.

 

Great job and thanks for sharing!!!!

 

Bill

post #27 of 30
Thread Starter 
The burnt ends were very good. I need to do this again very soon!!
post #28 of 30

Hi. Pretty new to the forum but not to smoking. Mesquite wood is pretty popular here in West Texas for brisket. Flavors beef nicely. Give that a try if you can find any. 

post #29 of 30
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by micmoren View Post

Hi. Pretty new to the forum but not to smoking. Mesquite wood is pretty popular here in West Texas for brisket. Flavors beef nicely. Give that a try if you can find any. 

 

thanks.

i sure ebay will have some. that is where i get my pecan wood from. i'mm look for a west texas supplier !

post #30 of 30

Looks good , with the Ends and all , I know it was good.

 

I too love a good Brisket:

 

700

 

And will do all I can afford, [when Trish lets me] . ROTF.gif

 

Have fun and as always . .

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