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post #21 of 26

Yeah b-one,  I wrap right off the smoker.  I'll try waiting 10 minutes or so.  I want my sliced to be pull apart not fall apart!  :mad:

 

Mike

post #22 of 26
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Yeah b-one,  I wrap right off the smoker.  I'll try waiting 10 minutes or so.  I want my sliced to be pull apart not fall apart!  mad.gif

Mike

what temp do you start checking for doneness?
post #23 of 26
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what temp do you start checking for doneness?

I start checking at 195, but even if it probes like butter, I'm taking it to 200 minimum.  It's my mistake, I'm overcompensating for one tough brisket that I served.  I cooked it to 195 and thought it was done.  It was not!  

 

Mike

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what temp do you start checking for doneness?
I start checking at 195, but even if it probes like butter, I'm taking it to 200 minimum.  It's my mistake, I'm overcompensating for one tough brisket that I served.  I cooked it to 195 and thought it was done.  It was not!  

Mike

Got to do what you got to do! I'm hoping for a prime brisket next smoke,I looked at Costco but not a great selection so I passed on the membership.
post #25 of 26

This looks terrific, B!

 

Disco

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This looks terrific, B!

Disco

Thanks Disco!
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