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My son indirectly asked for SmokyOkie brisket, hehehe

post #1 of 11
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I went to the store today and found a 9 pound brisket. My son said "oh dad, are you gonna do it like that last one that looked burnt?". So, obviously the stage is set now. I've got the SmokyOkie brisket, 6 or so pounds of country style ribs and maybe a breakfast fatty using blue and gold sausage.

You see, my wife hasn't tried a fatty yet because she isn't a Jimmy Dean fan. The only sausage she likes is the Blue and Gold sausage sold by our FFA kids (future farmers of America). So, the plan is to figure in a breakfast fatty using our last roll of blue and gold sausage. Obviously q-view is to follow. Thanks for taking a peek, Greg
post #2 of 11
Sounds great, if you have time, get some q-view of the brisket being seared smokieokie style. That is my favorite visual part of the recipe !!!
post #3 of 11
Thread Starter 
I've only got a charbroil gas grill but I'll get it as hot as I possibly can then throw that sucker on there and take some pics. I'll post all of it with q-view tomorrow. Thanks, Greg
post #4 of 11
MossyMo's got it going on!
post #5 of 11
Breakfast FATTYS are all that and then some,,,,,Scrambled eggs in it?
post #6 of 11
Did a smokie Okie style last week and it was great!!! Todays was done Ray style...meaning how I usually do a brisket when I am not smoking it...but this time I smoked it (man its getting late...I am not sure that last sentence makes sense...but its been a long hard day and I am tired)

Good luck with the Smokie Okie....Look forward to the Qview!!!
post #7 of 11
Thread Starter 
Here's a little q-view of the brisket, seared and on the smoker.

Country style ribs will go on in a while along with the fatty. More pics to come.
post #8 of 11
hehe-gota love brisket that way-good luck-U won't be disapointed!
post #9 of 11
Thread Starter 
Wow, I wrote the thread, gathered the pics and previewed it last night but guess I forgot to post. It was late and I was tired. Here are a few pics of the brisket right before it went into the foil to finish up as well as the country style ribs going on the smoker.
post #10 of 11
your son know how to do a brisket!!!! he gonna be a real smoker one day!!! looks great!!!
post #11 of 11
Good son. Kids always tell ya like it is. Food looks great.
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