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First brisket in completed fridge build, with start to finish Q view.

milo

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The wife found me a fairly inexpensive one



Just salt and pepper as many threads claimed


part of it stuck to my grill


12 hours in the smoker then wrapped in foil and rested for over 5 hours. (I have a bad rep of my smokes taking too long and we end up eating at 10 O'clock but not this time!


Here where I cut up the wrong side.  thought you saved the flat part for burnt ends turns out we are having brisket for lunch today too.  That is great since it was so tender and juicy!




I am not sure why but my sauce always seems to taste better if I simmer it for 10 minutes .
 

lancep

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Way to go! Glad it came out great for you. Nice looking spread!!

Lance
 

SmokinAl

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Great looking brisket!

Awesome job!

Al
 

crankybuzzard

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Definitely a great first brisket in the new smoker!
 

b-one

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Looks tasty,any pics of the smoker? If you have a portion scoop there great for cleaning out melons.
 
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