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Rub and sauce:




Looking Fantastic!
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Looking Fantastic!

 

Thanks Case - almost there!

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Have a good night all!

post #25 of 33

Briggy,

This looks awesome. I had the same idea as you today. Stopped by Costco and picked up an 11lb Prime packer. I didn't separate my point from my flat though. May try that next time. It as delicious nonetheless. Hope yours turned out well. 

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Looks awesome.
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Looks really good Briggy, nice job man!

 

post #28 of 33
Nice looking brisket! We had ours yesterday, only thing left is about a small scoop of reverse burnt ends and some sliced point. Fortunate enough to only smoke Costco prime packers, and I have never had a bad one.

I am convinced that the art or trick to smoking is mostly in the grade and quality of the meat.

A flexible USDA prime packer will always turn out well no matter what.
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Briggy,

This looks awesome. I had the same idea as you today. Stopped by Costco and picked up an 11lb Prime packer. I didn't separate my point from my flat though. May try that next time. It as delicious nonetheless. Hope yours turned out well. 

 

Thank you Arminho, you can't go wrong with the Costco packers.

 

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Looks awesome.

 

Thanks for following along Brian!

 

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Looks really good Briggy, nice job man!

 

 

Thanks for the point John!

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Originally Posted by HEUBrewer View Post

Nice looking brisket! We had ours yesterday, only thing left is about a small scoop of reverse burnt ends and some sliced point. Fortunate enough to only smoke Costco prime packers, and I have never had a bad one.

I am convinced that the art or trick to smoking is mostly in the grade and quality of the meat.

A flexible USDA prime packer will always turn out well no matter what.

 

Couldn't agree more - I think this is our fifth Costco packer and haven't been disappointed yet.

post #30 of 33
Nice brisky,my Costco didn't have packers,need to check the other side of town.
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Nice brisky,my Costco didn't have packers,need to check the other side of town.

 

Thank you sir, appreciate the point on the burnt ends also.  Good luck on your Costco search.

post #32 of 33

I bow to the Baron of Brisket. Great cook and thread, Briggy.

 

Point.

 

Disco

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I bow to the Baron of Brisket. Great cook and thread, Briggy.

 

Point.

 

Disco

 

Thank you Disco, means a lot coming from you and thank you for the points.  Hardly a Baron, just learning everyday with the help of the forum!

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