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Brisket w/ q-View! My Best So Far!

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I did this on my homebuilt smoker over lump charcoal and apple chunks on Sunday.

 

I did at a much lower temp than I normally do which I think turned out nice.  The size of the brisket is also smaller than I am accustomed to.

 

Temp - 210F

Fat Side Up

Coated in a brisket rub from the butcher shop.

 

Wrapped at 170F and I tented it for an hour.

 

I put on at 730am and pulled off around 430pm with an IT of 200 - performed toothpick test.

 

Sorry I didn't get more pictures.  It was very tender though!

 

 

 

 

 

post #2 of 8

I'll take those first four slices on a sammy please :drool

post #3 of 8
Looks great,nice smoke!
post #4 of 8
Kooks fantastic keep up the good work 👍
post #5 of 8

I hate to use OMG, but OMG, that looks spectacular!  Can practically taste the juices from here, nice job!

post #6 of 8

 The brisket looks very good. You do know that one cannot make a statement about cooking on one's "homebuilt" smoker without posting pictures of said smoker, right? I believe it's the law........

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Originally Posted by RogerWilco View Post
 

 The brisket looks very good. You do know that one cannot make a statement about cooking on one's "homebuilt" smoker without posting pictures of said smoker, right? I believe it's the law........

Here is a picture of both of them.

 

The one on the right I refer to as my POW smoker.  That's my true home build.  My mini I don't consider a homebuild necessarily.

 

These are when they were both new!

 

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Looks-Great.gif and I like your Drum logo ! ! !
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