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Second attempt at a brisket. (Q-view)

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My first attempt at a beef brisket was ok I just wasn't to good at managing my temps.
Some times I ran to hot then I would panic close all vents then get to cool! Since then I got me some cull hickory handles . These are very seasoned they burn good easier for me to control my heat in the smoker. So here is my second attempt at a beef brisket
It was good I used a salt and pepper rub. Injected it with beef broth. Cooked it at 225 for about 7 hrs. I believe it was just the flat end of a whole brisket. Got it at wal mart I was suprised at the quality it was. It was good. The other meat I believe was a pork shoulder. I was thinking why waste good smoke,and threw it on there also.
Also got me a dual probe maverick meat and grill temp monitor. That helped me a lot with fire management .
post #2 of 4

Hey Nylan,

 

Looks good, any shots of the finished product? Sliced brisket?

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Sorry knifebld,
Didn't think about taking a picture when I sliced it.
It went pretty fast ,don't know if there was time to snap a picture. ( ha, ha )laugh1.gif
post #4 of 4

No worries bud, same thing happened to my last brisket.....18 hours of smoking for 60 minutes of eating....then it was like it was never there! :icon_sad:

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