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post #41 of 45
There's no distinct line. They overlap a bit. The only way I've seen to make them separate is to slice through the fat line separating them and physically take them apart. It's not really that crucial to totally separate them (IMHO of course...).
Try searching for an Aaron Franklin video....
post #42 of 45

so how long did it take in total? need to have a 19.5" prime ready by 3 tomorrow.

 

p.s. at what point temp do you separate the point from the flat? 

post #43 of 45
I'm not sure what's going on here, mub, but this is an old thread that popped up for some reason.
You separate the point from the flat only if you want to during slicing.
You mention a 19.5". I don't know about inches, but if you're talking about pounds you'd better get the fire going right now!
post #44 of 45

thanks, yep. 19.5#. got it on at 2:30 so we'll see how it looks when i wake up. thought it would be easier to post on a related thread than create a new one.

post #45 of 45
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Originally Posted by mubballfan View Post

thanks, yep. 19.5#. got it on at 2:30 so we'll see how it looks when i wake up. thought it would be easier to post on a related thread than create a new one.
That works. Let us know how it goes!
It's not hard to start a thread. Even I can do it LOL.
Give it a try while you're babysitting that brisky...
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