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First brisket flat on the WSM

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I've done a handful of smoking other meats but doing a brisket has got me the most excited as it is my favorite. On this 3lber I did a light seasoning of SPG then my own rub and then a light coat of Montreal Steak. Looks pretty already. I will post a finished picture too.
post #2 of 10

Looks like a great start.  Everyone gets so freaked out with brisket but its actually pretty easy.  IMHO the key is not to let it dry out by cookin too low n slow.  I like to let er rip and place in a foiled disposable pan when it hits 170*F internal.  Yours looks like it's gonna be a good one!

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Originally Posted by Bama BBQ View Post

Looks like a great start.  Everyone gets so freaked out with brisket but its actually pretty easy.  IMHO the key is not to let it dry out by cookin too low n slow.  I like to let er rip and place in a foiled disposable pan when it hits 170*F internal.  Yours looks like it's gonna be a good one!
Yup. Plan on wrapping around that temp. It's moving along pretty well now but I know it'll hit that stall.
post #4 of 10

Looking good!  That stall won't last long with a 3lb brisket.  Happy smoking!

 

Mike

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Heres how it looked before the wrap.
post #6 of 10
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Brisket is finished and hanging out in the cooler for a couple hours. Took about 5hrs from start to finish.

Will post some pics after the rest.
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Here is the finished product. The wife was very happy and I loved how the smoke ring turned out.The dog was also very happy with how it turned out because he ate my sandwich as I went to the kitchen to get a beer. [/IMG]
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Here is the finished product. The wife was very happy and I loved how the smoke ring turned out.The dog was also very happy with how it turned out because he ate my sandwich as I went to the kitchen to get a beer. [/IMG]

Looks awesome!  Nice smoke ring!

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Looks awesome!  Nice smoke ring!
Thanks! Next time I'll cut them alittle thinner. That was my only compliant about it overall.
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