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Brisket Point - Burnt Ends for Potluck

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My dad was @ Sams Club on Sat and I asked him to have them cut me a brisket point. I wanted to cook some burnt ends, but didn’t really feel like the flat.

Loaded up the kettle w/ Royal Oak around the Vortex. This is the first time I have tried lump around the vortex instead of briquettes


Found out I was out of wood chunks as I loaded it up. Luckily I found a bag of hickory chips in the shed. Sprinkled them over the lump


Used a starter cube on one end


10 mins into it


Put on the injected brisket point. I used Butcher BBQ brisket injection for this one. Then just Salt & CBP for seasoning


Sorta hard to see, but got good clean smoke goin








Once it hit 170 I put in a foil pan w/ Stubbs Pork, Tiger Sauce, and some unsalted butter


Temp holding. A little more maintenance than w/ briquettes, but definitely smelled better.


Sliced real thick before cubing up. Good bark & smoke ring




I had to sample at this point


Added some Mad Hunky & Brown Sugar, and a good pour of Webers BBQ Sauce (Sweet Molasses)


Back on the kettle




Done about an hour back on




After a couple samples, I had to vaccum seal the whole batch for our Thanksgiving Potluck we’re having next week.

post #2 of 7
I got to tell you...that looks awesome!
post #3 of 7

If I had burnt ends that looked like that, I'm not sure there'd be any left to vacuum seal after I finished "sampling"!

post #4 of 7

Mmm...looks absolutely delicious!  Very nice!  bravo.png

 

Red

post #5 of 7

Very nice indeed!!! What was the IT before you sliced ?

post #6 of 7
D-E-licious! Nice smoke ring....
post #7 of 7
Thread Starter 
Thanks gang. I sliced at 200 IT then put back on. Really wanted them rendered down
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