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  1. dan onhwy1

    Beginning brisket

    A.M. I've got it in the oven now and we're keeping it at about 200 degrees for another 4 hours.  That's after 5 hours at 215 in the smoker.  Thanks for taking the time to respond.  This is a work in progress.
  2. dan onhwy1

    Beginning brisket

    Howdy PIt: Those are great comments.   1.  As  it turned out, it cooked at approx. 215 in the smoker for about 5 hrs.  Next time i'll goose the temp. to what you suggest.     It's now in the oven, wrapped in tinfoil and with some beer to moisten it.  Temp. in the oven is 190 - 200 degrees...
  3. dan onhwy1

    Beginning brisket

    I wrote a long note, set it up for preview before I sent it on, clicked on it and it was lost. Here's what it was about. We're smoking about a 6 lb. flat brisket today in our two door Brinkman propane fired smoker. It was already trimmed of fat when we bought it. We added a rub to it and...
  4. dan onhwy1

    New and need advice

    To all you respondents: I am so impressed with your readiness to deal with a beginner like me.  I just got through reading every one of your posts to my wife and we both sat here grinning and smiling at each other over the info delivered and the courtesy expressed. This sounds like a good...
  5. dan onhwy1

    New and need advice

    I didn't know how much fun this smoking would be; now I'm reading forums and looking forward to going to competitions as a spectator to learn more. Here's what we're using: Brinkman propane fired smoker:  water pan, wood pan, 3 racks. Here's one (of many) issues I need help with: Salmon...
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