Had A Hankering For Brisket...

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Displaced Texan

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Nov 11, 2020
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Smoked this Costco prime Brisket Sunday. Same technique I have been using. 7 hours in the smoke, then, 5 in the oven at 225°. Got up at 3 am and stuck it in the warmer at around 150°. We went on the boat we are renting in Lake Michigan up here, Sea Ray Sundancer 440. Very nice. Anyway, came back and sliced up the brisket around 5 pm. It turned out VERY good. Nice bark:

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This is a not so good, lol, pic of the flat. Trust me, it was Homer Simpson drooling good.

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This pic is today. Refrigerated overnight last night and then in the warmer today for about 6 hours. Starting to get a bit shreddy but still incredibly moist and tender and tasty. Pic from the point:

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I am very pleased with how I have been able to smoke brisket and finish in the oven and hold for so long. This has been a game changer for me. Also, going back to under thinking haha and no probes, etc. Just feel. Anyway, really enjoying the art right now.
 

Suprnova74

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Jun 17, 2020
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Out of curiosity, what did you use for a rub? I got a massive brisket from Costco myself that I plan on marinating tomorrow and still getting ideas on rubs.
 
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