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    Brisket: Holding vs Resting Discussion and Advice

    Scattered across numerous forums, I have seen people equate/use interchangeably the terms resting and holding when referring to allowing the internal temperature of a brisket to drop post-cook. These terms are not the same as resting refers to the period where you allow the temperature to drop...
  2. M

    Need to bring a cooked brisket 350 miles

    I'm planning on smoking a brisket for our family reunion and serving it for dinner as everyone arrives, cutting it around 6pm. The problem is that the family reunion is being held 350 miles away from where I live (6 hour drive) and I'm not sure what the best way to store it would be to make sure...
  3. Daba's BBQ

    How Long Can I Keep a Brisket In My Cooler?

    My overnight cook was shorter than the time I allotted. My brisket was done by 8:30 am and my dinner isn't until 6 pm. I removed the brisket, unwrapped and rewrapped it in butcher paper. I then wrapped the entire thing in a blanket and I put it in my cooler, which is sitting in my dining room...
  4. L

    Venison Summer Sausage

    This is my first attempt at venison summer sausage. Got the meat, spices and cure mixed. Wrapped it in plastic stuck in the fridge. Recipe called for letting it sit for 12-24 hours. I'm using Anthony's Pink Curing Salt #1. Problem is, it looks like work is going to interfere with the timing...