First brisket

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gmc2003

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Most excellent work there Jim. That brisket looks great.

Point for sure
Chris
 
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civilsmoker

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Well I’m late to the party but saw your pics in svens thread so came looking for your post! Mickey done!
 
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Alrighty Gents, non-gents, and those questioning! Here’s the story…9.5 hours and 250 -ish degrees on the kettle and it was probe tender at 205 degrees IT and 2:30 am. Foil boated it at 170 degrees. So I wrapped it in foil and into a 170 degree oven til noon. Then into a cooler and wrapped in towels.
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Bark suffered some from the wrapping.
Sliced beautifully. Passed the bend test. And came apart with a gentle tug.
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Had a pretty little smoke ring and was extremely juicy!
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Will I do it again? Heck yeah! Family all raved over it and I thought it was pretty good.
Want to thank all you folks on here for the advice, tips, and encouragement you all give.
Jim
Looks pretty darned good to me - I almost don't believe this is your first time! :emoji_thumbsup:
 
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