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Smoking A Brisket This Weekend

post #1 of 5
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So I'm going to make another attempt this weekend to smoke some brisket. I will follow the recommendations based on my last attempt. I will post pictures too.

 

Here's a question. My little brother bought the brisket. He tells me it's 2 pieces attached that all together weigh about 13 lbs. I haven't seen the brisket but he is going to send me a few pics later tonight using his mobile phone. I highly doubt I can fit this size brisket into my 30" MES. Is it okay I cut them in half or will I lose all the juices during the smoke? Any suggestions or ideas?

post #2 of 5

Hello.  He bought a ( maybe small ) packer brisket sounds to me.  Point and flat.  Yes you can cut it.  Look at it as a rectangle and cut across the narrow side.  Keep Smokin!

Danny

post #3 of 5

Yes you can cut it, in fact, there is a tutorial here on how to separate the point from the flat.

 

Richard

post #4 of 5

That will be fine to cut it, BTW  those guys in the FBI van are probably getting pretty hungry

 

Gary

post #5 of 5
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Just an update, but we're going to delay smoking the brisket. Strong forecast for wind/rain. I will keep everyone posted when we do smoke that brisket.

 

On a positive note, I just purchased the AMNPS with Pitmaster Choice Pellets. I don't mind re-loading wood every hour but I would like to try my hand at cold smoking.

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