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Brisket on a Pellet smoker w/ Q view.


Smoke Blower
Joined Feb 25, 2009
I've been a member of this site for a long time but rarely ever post. I have too much fun looking at everyone else's food. I want to start posting more on here so here goes. I did a 14lb brisket that I picked up from Costco. These prime briskets run $3.50/lb here in S.C. I don't have a good carving knife right now but I have one on the way so my trim job is jacked up. Thankfully the only decent picture I got had the salt/pepper on it. I did the basic kosher salt but instead of just black pepper I used Montreal steak seasoning. It is a favorite of the Mrs so I got my brownie points. I ran it at 250 degrees for 4-5 hours then wrapped it in tin foil. I need to get butcher paper but never can remember to do so. I smoked it at 250 for another 3 hours until it got to @ 190 deg. This one got done way sooner than I wanted it to so it sat in the pellet smoker until we ate which was right at 2.5 hours. I've never had one finish that fast. Anywho, it turned out really good. I didn't trim much of the little flap on the point so when it got done, the picture I have looks like an off centered mohawk. These pictures are not in order.



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Joined Jun 11, 2015
Nice looking brisket.



Master of the Pit
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Joined Feb 27, 2018
That looks great man! Great bark and perfectly cut slices. I would chalk that up to a win and sit down to that brisket any day!


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Joined Jun 22, 2009
That is a fine looking brisket there my friend!!!

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