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UDS maiden voyage

post #1 of 14
Thread Starter 
Got the UDS up and running this morning for her maiden voyage. I present to you the prize.


Before



After. It's so tender it was falling apart, of course I had to have the first taste. Boy oh boy is it great. It's foiled and resting right now.




I had a tough time with temps for a while, to high. Then I made sure the lid had a nice tight fit and the problem went away. Lessen learned on that one.
post #2 of 14
nice job..look at that bark...man its been awhile i've done a briskit mite have to pu 1
post #3 of 14
nice REAL nice...........did you see a need to flip everyone once in awhile?
post #4 of 14
Thread Starter 
I did, at the two hour mark then at the four hour mark as per instructions here at SMF. It got stuck in the 160s for a while so I ended up taking a nap, woke up a couple hours later to find the brisket temp was just a hair over 200.
post #5 of 14
rickw

good looking brisket
post #6 of 14
Hey Rick thats not a miracle thats a perfect looking brisket. Well done my friend. Excellant choice of meat to break the UDS in.
post #7 of 14
Thread Starter 
Thanks guys. A big well deserved thanks too all of you and the great info to be had on SMF. Wouldn't have had a UDS without all your fantastic help.
post #8 of 14
mmm could go for a sub with soma that yumm
post #9 of 14
Thread Starter 
Here is the final result, it pulled a part with such ease. It was very tasty. This was my first time using lump charcoal and I must say the results were above my expectations.


post #10 of 14
bark mmmmmmmmm
post #11 of 14
great job!thats a fine looking brisket
post #12 of 14
That is fine looking brisket. So the ole UDS did her job well? How much lump (pounds) did you use . I have a UDS with only one cook on it so far. I want to do a brisket in it.
post #13 of 14
Thread Starter 
I would have to guess it used around 6 lbs of Royal Oak in a 10 hour smoke. I started it with a chimney of briquettes but I found that to be to much as I had to fight to get the temps down. Today I started with a half a chimney and the UDS ran like a champ hovering around 230 to 240.
post #14 of 14
Nice job. PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif Looks great.
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