My 3rd attempt at brisket.

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Oct 16, 2016
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My first brisket was wicked dry, my 2nd one was better but nothing to call home about. This one was a lot better but my temps were all over the place (200-300 lol) in my $60 smoker... but hey work with what you got...I also need to trim more fat off next time. Can't wait to be cooking in a smoker that can hold temps decently...

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Looks super juicy. Much better than my first brisket. I have yet to do a second one, but with luck I will have it as juicy as yours.

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