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Brisket Kansas City style

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A few years ago I stumbled across a video, I think it may have been on "diners and dives", showing a smokehouse in I believe Kansas City. They did a sixteen hour smoked brisket, no trimming until point and flat separated and lots of sweet rub. I did it for a couple competitions years back and did good then went to Myron Mixon's recipe and not doing as well
Any ideas are appreciated

Thanks, Steve
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Don't fix what isn't broken. If you liked to original version , then by all means go back to it :icon_eek:.

 

Later . . .

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I agree, just forget the original instructions and wondering if anybody knows the restaurant/recipe/place I'm talking about.

Thanks, Steve
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I grew up outside Lima, little town called Lafayette. I always threaten my brother with coming and taking all his hickory.
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