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Mini-me of brisket on SI #3

post #1 of 4
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I am planning to to a small (2.5LB) piece of Brisket tomorrow on my SI #3. I will be serving beans with it. Here's my thought, I am going to put the beans on the rack under the brisket to catch the drippings. I will defat the beans when I take them out. 

 

The reason for this post is to get any hints that might help having not done this before. 

 

Thanks in advance!!

 

Mark

post #2 of 4

My personal opinion is I wouldn't do that.  Not sure I'd want "not fully cooked" juices rendering into my beans.  Now if I misunderstood and you will be putting them in the last hour or so then it should be fine.  I still wouldn't do it cause I don't want greasy beans.  Gonna be hard to de-fat them. 

 

Suggestion.  Catch the drippings and de-fat those and add to taste.  That way you can control the amount of added flavor.  You want a hint of taste from the brisket you don't want it to overpower the great baked beans.

 

Scott

post #3 of 4

I agree with what Scott says and for the reasons stated. Admittedly you are not fixing a large brisket but the initial raw juice runoff may not be overly healthy.  Separate pan for the juices.

post #4 of 4
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Appreciate the reply. I'll catch the drippings separately. My plan was to put beans in for the entire cook but that may be too much time. Brisket is mini-me (2.5lbs).

As always, I can count on the answers to questions here. Will smoke beans and add drippings after.

Thank you all very much!

Mark
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