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post #21 of 31

Great illustration. Gave you a thumbs up :)

post #22 of 31

This is a great tutorial!

post #23 of 31

Awesome demonstration. Solves two mysteries for me (how to separate and how to make burnt ends) Points for sure! Thanks.

post #24 of 31

Excellent post, well worth keeping.

post #25 of 31
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I'm glad it's still helping after 6 1/2 years.. Thank You

post #26 of 31
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Edited by Smokin Phil - 7/22/16 at 8:30pm
post #27 of 31
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Ummm... Wiki? What? Where? I know what Wiki is, but not sure what it has to do with this site. But then I'm stupid, so......

Look at the Article tab at the top of the page. They were originally called "Wiki's" if I remember right. Basically really good informative posts.

post #28 of 31
Nice thx
post #29 of 31

Thank you this will be very helpful. Brisket is my favorite and finding in the Northeast is almost impossible. I will definitely try this when I finish the smoker.

post #30 of 31
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Thank you this will be very helpful. Brisket is my favorite and finding in the Northeast is almost impossible. I will definitely try this when I finish the smoker.


Glad to see it's still helpful!

post #31 of 31
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Thank you this will be very helpful. Brisket is my favorite and finding in the Northeast is almost impossible. I will definitely try this when I finish the smoker.

A42, Not sure were in Maine you are but Super wally worlds carry briskets in the NE area.

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