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  1. jet1959mo

    4 lb brisket flat on a Traeger

    If it's any consolation, here is the last of it.
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  3. jet1959mo

    4 lb brisket flat on a Traeger

    SmokinAl, A Traeger smokes off and on throughout the entire cook. On the smoke setting, 150 degrees, it will smoke always wasting pellets and extending time tremendously and my 4 lb brisket would never have come to temp and ruined the meat in that amount of time. wbf610, you are correct that...
  4. jet1959mo

    Beef ribs for the first time

    I'm not a fan of beef ribs. Look good though. The olive oil should not have prevented a bark. More rub and hotter temp maybe? No details as to how you cooked and what on.
  5. jet1959mo

    my first brisket

    Done my first brisket yesterday and was surprised by my attempt. I've never tried a corned beef yet. Maybe next time as my wife would go nuts for it. Great job by the way!
  6. jet1959mo

    First attempt at a brisket (flat only) for me

    Very nice! Looks way better than mine. This was a good start. When I have the $ and Sam's has a meat sale, I'm all over their meat. That didn't sound right . 
  7. jet1959mo

    4 lb brisket flat on a Traeger

    I must say, it did turn out better than I thought it would. I was able to chew it easily without my teeth  cut approximately 1/4" thick. Cooked with the fat side up. I didn't use the smoke setting at all to start. I just set @225 till it reached 191 degrees which took 9 hours . Glad it wasn't...
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  10. jet1959mo

    4 lb brisket flat on a Traeger

    I used to have a vertical wood smoker but, since 2 years ago, I bought a Traeger. I've cooked many things except a brisket on my Traeger and today is the first time. I've read and researched smoking a brisket and this is what I came up with. Decided to smoke open through out smoke for crisp...
  11. 4 lb brisket flat on a Traeger

    4 lb brisket flat on a Traeger

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  16. jet1959mo

    A pork roast. I need some suggestions.

    Sorry gary s, I didn't take any after pics and I seriously meant to. I can say that if you look at the uncooked pics it was wrapped in the stretch string. I took it off and what I had was three pieces of meat barely connected to each other. I used the mustard, honey glue on it then the rub and...
  17. jet1959mo

    A pork roast. I need some suggestions.

    Found this on the Food Channel and all I can say is, WOW. I didn't do the marinade but, done the rest. I smoked the 3.4 lb pork butt roast in a pan with 1/2" apple juice at 225 degrees for about 2 1/2 hrs till it got to 120 then foil wrapped until the internal temp hit 160. It was a bit over...
  18. jet1959mo

    A pork roast. I need some suggestions.

    Ok, thanks for the cooking temps. I don't want to brine but, do want to marinade (which would be similar to brining), also what kind of rub before smoking? I was thinking of a rub similar to poultry.
  19. A pork roast. I need some suggestions.

    A pork roast. I need some suggestions.

  20. jet1959mo

    A pork roast. I need some suggestions.

    I have done this type of pork roast before but, in a pot on the stove top. Now I have a Traeger LIL Tex Elite I want to smoke this on and don't want to use it for pulled pork.
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