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post #41 of 53
Great job kiddo! As Piggie mensioned they don't always plateau but if you count on it not happening they will! Doing good keep going!

Also sometimes you don't see the smoke as much as smell it. How was the taste, if they tasted great like you said don't fix it - it aint broke!
post #42 of 53
Thread Starter 
It tasted amazing...there was a few "chewy" parts...but the flavor was awesome. I had to force my brother-in-law from grabbing the tray and running out the door.
post #43 of 53
Next time give me a heads up, i live in the Los Ranchos area. We can get a couple of smokers going for a party like that.
post #44 of 53
Thread Starter 
hey everyone....I thought I would let you know that the party turned out great! The second batch of brisket was even better than the first. I think I saw like only three people eating chicken. We ended up having a low turn out, so I'm going to be eating briket and chicken for a few months now.

I just wanted to say thanks for everyone's help.

Thanks.
post #45 of 53
Congratulations on a job well done. Can't wait til you get some courage up for a bigger smoke wink.gif Thanks for sharing with us.

Keep Smokin
post #46 of 53
Great job Greg! You really pulled it off! PDT_Armataz_01_34.gif
post #47 of 53
I'm happy for you Greg, and don't worry about the left over's just freeze em up for later.
post #48 of 53
Thread Starter 
Well I thought I would give a little more info on how everything went. The second batch a briskets took a little longer. So I fealt good with that. They came out amazing. In fact, my father-in-law, who has been smoking brisket for years, said, "you're now in charge of brisket for the family." So I have to give Smoky Okie a big thank you. I had many people say it was the brisket they have ever had (and a few grew up in Texas as certified brisket pros). The only thing that trumped the brisket in conversation was my wife's decorations and my home made BBQ sauce.

We ended up having only about 60 people show up, so we have a freezer full of chicken and brisket (more chicken than brisket icon_smile.gif ). Once again I have to say thanks to everyone that gave advice and helped out. You're really the heros of the party (and I told everyone at the party that too).

Here are some final pics from the party:
http://gregqualls.com/news/pictures/...mission-3.html
post #49 of 53
I have a better idea ... send them to me! icon_idea.gif
post #50 of 53
Greg YOU DA MAN!!! Dude that looks good, now I know I'm going to use OKIE'S method on my next brisket. I hope I don't drop it when I flip it.
post #51 of 53
Great job Greg! It looks wonderful! PDT_Armataz_01_34.gif
post #52 of 53
Wow... Well DONE!
post #53 of 53
The only thing that trumped the brisket in conversation was my wife's decorations and my home made BBQ sauce.

What's in the sauce ??? Fess up..
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