Very nice...very much appreciate the instruction & attention to detail-that brisket looks fantastic!!!
The first piece of meat I ever smoked was a brisket...it was decent, but nowhere near this one, I'm sure. (I was stationed in Louisiana & they were $12-20 for one...today, I can't find one for less than $60).
Anyways...keep up the good work!!!
b-one. That would be my only downer on the Brisket just a little thin but, it had tons of flavor, and was nice and tender and moist. Instead of 2- 4" slices I had 4- 2" slices O' yeah the brunt ends they didn't last to long at all nice nuggets of candy . Thanks for looking out
HighOct4ne, thanks for the comments glad that the post will help you out on your next Brisket smoke. I picked that brisket up at Costco for $45 it was just under 14lbs but, after trimming it was like 12lbs. Yeah when your smoking a piece of meat that costs up to $50 you differently want it to turn out nice. The biggest thing is to pay attention to your pit temps really can't stress that enough. Anyway thanks again for the comments take care and as always