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BRISKET FLAT!!!

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Today I will be making my first attempt at a brisket flat on wsm. Pics and all that to follow!!
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Looking forward to it!

post #3 of 14
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well here it is all rubbed down with OBIE CUEs big bull rub. Bout to put in on at about 235 to 245 for about 4 hours ( its a 3lb flat)
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Looks good! What type of wood are you using?icon14.gif
post #5 of 14
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A mix of hickory and pecan that I had from a previous rib cook
post #6 of 14
Sounds like a good mix!
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Ended up having to pull it off smoker after 3 hours and internal temp of 155.... Smoker kept climbing in temp even with all dampers closed, I think the the door needs to be sealed. I have been having this problem a lot lately
post #8 of 14
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Decided to finish in the oven😕
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Originally Posted by WhosSmokin View Post

Ended up having to pull it off smoker after 3 hours and internal temp of 155.... Smoker kept climbing in temp even with all dampers closed, I think the the door needs to be sealed. I have been having this problem a lot lately
either that or my digital thermometer is shorting because it reads 289. Yet the one on the smoker reads 225
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Decided to finish in the oven😕

No shame in that, we've all been there at some point in time for one reason or another.... Hang in there, your smoker just recently started doing that ?
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Originally Posted by WhosSmokin View Post

Ended up having to pull it off smoker after 3 hours and internal temp of 155.... Smoker kept climbing in temp even with all dampers closed, I think the the door needs to be sealed. I have been having this problem a lot lately
either that or my digital thermometer is shorting because it reads 289. Yet the one on the smoker reads 225

A lot of stock therms are just not dependable ! I'd try the boiling water test on your therm probes ! That'll be the tell all !
post #12 of 14
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Thanks for the advice!!☺
post #13 of 14
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And yes it has done it the last two cooks
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And yes it has done it the last two cooks

Ya may just have a bad therm probe throwing ya off !