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post #21 of 27
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Well her is one out of the 7 I'm cooking. A lil test run I like to call it. The wifey is making a Ruben dip for the party tomorrow and was going to buy some corned beef at the deli. No way was I letting that happen. So I am smoking one tonite then the rest tomorrow on my herizonal smoker. This one I did on old trusty "Weber performer" love this grill. Indirect at 200deg. Low and slow baby.
post #22 of 27

Looking good. Now we are going to be needing to know about that Ruben dip. As in how do you make it? Thanks.

post #23 of 27
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Well the brisket turned out awesome. So good I decided to smoke the others on it as well. Plus I didn't feel like digging out my horizontal to smoke the rest. Haha.
So here's what I got I have 3 3lb briskest with my secrete rub on em. Guna smoke em at 230deg till internal temp 180. If it doesn't get their in 6hr I'll finish in the oven.
post #24 of 27

Ya know I think I am beginning to smell that smoke all the way down here!

post #25 of 27

Did mine yesterday. Trimmed about 90% of the fat off my store-bought corned beef packer. Didn't bother separating the point and flat.

It started at almost 15 lbs. Probably ended up around 13 lbs. when I was done.  Laid it in a square,  foil turkey pan, added some more pickling spices and 1 qt. of beer. Covered with foil, and set it in the oven at 275°. After about 5 hours, the IT hit 190°, and it was toothpick tender! Wow, that's the easiest Irish-style corned beef I've ever cooked. Never even went into a stall.

post #26 of 27
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Originally Posted by mneeley490 View Post
 

Did mine yesterday. Trimmed about 90% of the fat off my store-bought corned beef packer. Didn't bother separating the point and flat.

It started at almost 15 lbs. Probably ended up around 13 lbs. when I was done.  Laid it in a square,  foil turkey pan, added some more pickling spices and 1 qt. of beer. Covered with foil, and set it in the oven at 275°. After about 5 hours, the IT hit 190°, and it was toothpick tender! Wow, that's the easiest Irish-style corned beef I've ever cooked. Never even went into a stall.

 

That is amazing to me, never seen a corned beef packer, when I was a kid in the south never saw a corned beef anywhere till the Navy! About all you see here now is the Cook's or Hormel cryo packed pieces.

post #27 of 27
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Originally Posted by Foamheart View Post
 

 

That is amazing to me, never seen a corned beef packer, when I was a kid in the south never saw a corned beef anywhere till the Navy! About all you see here now is the Cook's or Hormel cryo packed pieces.

 

Well, by "store-bought", I mean Cash & Carry, which is a wholesaler that is open to the public.

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