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post #101 of 106
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The brisket I purchased is around 3.3kg or 7 pound.  The cut is slightly different here in Oz, as it also included the ribs.

 

 

Interesting, thanks for the info. When are you plannin on smokin it?

Edit: saw your post and link to the smokin thread. Will be watchin

post #102 of 106

Nice smoke Looking good

 

Gary

post #103 of 106

Looks very tasty.  Hope it tasted as good as it looks...

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post #105 of 106
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Originally Posted by Fursey View Post
 

The brisket I purchased is around 3.3kg or 7 pound.  The cut is slightly different here in Oz, as it also included the ribs.


Nice wish I could find a brisket that small . 10 pounders are even tough for me to find here in Florida .

post #106 of 106

That brisket turned out awesome! How it slices would be the least of my worries. I have a packer brisket in the freezer right now that cost $70.00. I'm nervous to even give it a go! I have to wait until Spring as it is -18 out right now and no amount of charcoal in the world will get me through 12 hours or more of smoking! lol

Around here, they charge premium prices for a cut of meat that was supposed to be cheaper....at least until they found there is a demand for it.

 

Anyways, nice job and thanks for sharing the cook with us!

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