Memorial Day Brisket w/pics

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heavyd4561

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Found a great 14lb Angus packer at Restaurant Supply.
Smoker: Lang36
Fuel: Pear and Apple splits
Rub: Salt, Pepper, Garlic Powder, Onion Powder and Spicy Oregano
Temp: 285
Timing: Total cook time- 6 1/2 hours. 4hours of smoke, wrapped in a pan with beef broth & rub mixture. Back on additional 2 1/2 hours
 

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Looks great! Nice and juicy with a nice smoke ring. I screwed up about 3 weeks ago, store had brisket for 2.99 lb, didn't have room in freezers or time to smoke it.

Ryan
 

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