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post #41 of 57
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It's getting close. Most spots poke like soft butter except in the very center area.
post #42 of 57
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Going to eat the brisket
post #43 of 57
Ok that leads me to my next question, do you rest it in a cooler for a couple hours? I ask because I'm doing my first brisket today, it's a little 3lb flat and I'm at the same stage as you, mine is at 199 IT
post #44 of 57
Waiting to see some money shots!!yahoo.gif
post #45 of 57
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All done and resting. Pulled brisket at 5:10 with IT 203 and butts at 5:20 with IT 190. Everything is resting in the cooler.
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Butts have shot up to 194 in about 10 minutes resting.
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The smoked potatoes only took 2.5 hours and was expecting 4. The wife said they are awesome.
post #46 of 57
Now I'm waiting to drool over your sliced brisket pics. Just put mine in the cooler as well.
post #47 of 57

You might want to rest those butts quite a while in there. I don't find they get done until 205. Brisket should be fine. In fact I would put those butts in the oven for a while to 205 and then rest in the cooler. Hate to get this close and just miss. Happy smoking. timber

post #48 of 57
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Timberjet, I have done probably 20 butts in last year. The first few I took to 200-205 and they were to dry for me. Even 195 seems a little to dry so I pull at 190-192 and let rest until temp comes down to 160ish. So Far this has worked very well for me.
post #49 of 57
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Brisket is little dry on the flat tip but overall best brisket I have done. Thanks for the help guys! My wife is tough to make happy with smoked food and she loves it.

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Time to pull pork and go play in snow
post #50 of 57
Holy cow that's a SMOKE RING!!!drool.gif:drool:points:
post #51 of 57
Looks awesome! Well done. Glad I tagged along for the ride.
post #52 of 57

Nice smoke ring looks good, sorry it was a little dry

 

Gary

post #53 of 57
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Just the flat Gary the rest was nice and juicy plus it pulled apart with the slightest tug. Pork is pulled and very good.
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My daughter helped pull.
post #54 of 57

It all looks very tasty   Grate job,   Help looks top notch      :points:

 

Gary

post #55 of 57
That's some great looking PP!points1.png
post #56 of 57
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Thank you guys! I am very pleased with todays cook.


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post #57 of 57

holy cow that smoke ring!!

 

looks good

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