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Smoked Brisket with Jeff's Maple BBQ Glaze

would Jeff's Maple BBQ Glaze be good for smoking a brisket?

  • Absolutely!

    Votes: 1 20.0%
  • Hell No!

    Votes: 3 60.0%
  • Not Sure

    Votes: 1 20.0%

  • Total voters
    5

DPO803465

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I am about to smoke my first brisket. I came across Jeff's recipe for Smoked Ribs with Maple BBQ Glaze as well as his recipe for Smoked Maple Barbecue Turkey. I am wondering if this Maple BBQ Glaze would be good for a brisket as well? All comments welcome and appreciated! Thanks
 

fivetricks

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Meh. Sugar is for pork in my book.

If you're already running Jeff's recipes, pile his Texas rub on that brisket. You'll love it.
 

SmokinAl

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For PP, or ham yes. Brisket no. But that's just my opinion. Give it a try & let us know what you think!
Al
 

texomakid

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I tend to use Salt/Pepper or Jeff's Texas Rub on my briskets. I really like his Texas rub recipe. It goes well with almost anything beef - in my opinion :)
 

DPO803465

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Thanks everyone for your comments. I ended up using one of Jeff's recipe for the Brisket that called for using molasses on the meet followed by Jeff's Original Rub. Followed instructions to smoke at 225 until internal temp hit 160. Pulled it off, wrapped in foil and put back on the T until the temp hit 200. Removed from T, wrapped in a towel and placed in a cooler for 1 hour. It could not have turned out better IMO and the opinion of the 10 people who ate last night. It was so easy!
 

Humo18

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I have a general question about Jeff's recipe: A while back I purchased Jeff's "Naked Rib Rub" recipe and it works wonders. Is it the same recipe as what is now called "Jeff's Original Rub"; if different what changed (do I need to re-purchase?)
 

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