Main smoke complete...separation of point and flatFor the new folks interested in doing this method of brisket smoke, I decided to just continue with sequential progress so you all can follow me through to the end. If there haven't been any recent threads containing this type of info, it may give seasoned smokers a bit different look at a new way as well.
Now, folks, I have to say, the separation after smoking is not something I've done, ever. Also, the burnt ends are my second attempt. I got hooked on these after seeing the threads by Rivet, Fire it up, amoung others, I'm quite sure.
None of my methods are carved in stone, but should give a good look at how I brought this smoke together. As mention in various earlier threads, this smoke didn't come off perfectly, few ever will...but I did what I felt I needed to do to get through the issues, and document it here so all of us could learn from it.
Hot off the grate:
Some views of separation, begining with locating the fat "seam" between the 2 and sliding into that to begin a fillet method of separation...flat is on top of the point:
Just some fat holding them together now on the far right:
I'll continue with more in stages...flat is resting foiled for awhile now, IT is 129*. Burnt Ends are smokin' for their final approach to our plates!
Still posting on the fly, so please be patient...that word all smokers know very well...LOL!!!