I'm going to be smoking a brisket overnight for a 4th of July party tomorrow and am anticipating that it will get done several hours before we plan to eat. I wanted to keep it warm and then slice when we're ready to eat in the afternoon. Would it stay warm enough (and be safe to eat) if I foil it, wrap in towels, and put it in a cooler for 4-6 hours? Or should I just plan on letting it cool down and then reheating in the oven?
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7/3/16 at 3:44pm