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Packer Brisket

post #1 of 9
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14lb packer brisket that we trimmed a little, left more fat cap on than we have done in the past. Seasoned with a good coating of Tatonka Dust Seasoning and then sprinkled some Turbinado sugar over it all and then onto the grill smoking with cherry at 225º.

Once the brisket reached an internal temp of 170° we separated the point from the flat. Wrapped the flat in a double layer of foil and back onto the grill and then cut the point into chunks for burnt ends an into a foil pan – little more Tatonka Dust Seasoning and Turbinado sugar and about 1/3 of a can of PBR beer and covered with foil and back onto the grill as well.
Pulled the flat off when it was tender and the probe went in smooth – 195° was the internal temp (total time in the BGE was 11 hours). Wrapped in towels and off to the cooler for a 2 hour rest it went.

Pulled the foil off the burnt ends and added some Blue Hogs BBQ sauce and let go for another 20 minutes. We forgot to get pictures of the finished burnt ends as we were too busy enjoying some cold ones and eating them right out of the pan!



Pic of chopped brisket point getting ready to make burnt ends.



Slicing the brisket flat.



Sliced brisket...



Thanks for looking!
post #2 of 9

Great looking brisky!  Look at all of that rendered fat grease on the cutting board........

post #3 of 9

Looks awesome!

post #4 of 9

 Nice smoke ring and texture , it looks great !

post #5 of 9
Lookin good Mossy! That looks mighty delicious.

Red
post #6 of 9

Simply outstanding, enough said.

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post #8 of 9
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Thanks for the compliments... the brisket was delicious!
post #9 of 9

Nice !!   looks good

 

Gary

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