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Old 01-20-2010, 11:32 AM   #1
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0.99/lb Brisket & Spare Ribs

HEB had a special on spare ribs and brisket. They were selling like hotcakes so I got some and smoked them on the WSM 22" with charcoal & hickory chunks... Rubbed both with stoned ground mustard & Suckle busters comp #1. Never checked the temp of the meat, just went by slow & low. Also sealed them in oven bags toward the end and lessened the heat until the pit cooled off. Never got in a hurry. Made the food for the next day... Enjoy Friends! !!!


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Old 01-20-2010, 11:47 AM   #2
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Re: 0.99/lb Brisket & Spare Ribs

SS looks good for 99Ę or $4.99 .. As always "You'da Man!"
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Good lookin' cook Sapo. Got a heck of a deal too!
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Hey Greek boy....I've never used stone ground for a slather....it's grainy,
right? How did that work out after cooking?
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Hey Greek boy....I've never used stone ground for a slather....it's grainy,
right? How did that work out after cooking?
It was great.. I put a very thin layer so it really didn't make much difference... The coworkers loved the ribs and brisket when I got back to work... More for today...
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Great job Sapo. Looks like that large bore WSM is just whut the doctor ordered for ribs. Aint seen .99 spares around these parts since Moby Dick was still just a minner. Now did just snag some 7 bone chuck roast for that price at Tom Thumb (Safeway). Been a few years since I seen chuck that cheap. On sale it usually 1.99 and close to 3 bucks for everyday purposes.

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Nice meals sapo!
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Fantastic cook sapo!! Really enjoy your videos. I look forward to doing a brisket myself one day soon.
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Good looking cook SS!
If I can ask.... seems to be a lot of fat on the brisket? Any reason why you didn't trim ?
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Good looking cook SS and that brisket looks especially good, I've got to try that cooking bag idea. Thanks for sharing.
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Good looking cook SS!
If I can ask.... seems to be a lot of fat on the brisket? Any reason why you didn't trim ?
Not being critical at all but, I was wondering the same thing.
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Old 01-21-2010, 12:34 AM   #12
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Good looking cook SS!
If I can ask.... seems to be a lot of fat on the brisket? Any reason why you didn't trim ?
Not being critical at all but, I was wondering the same thing.
Because I was in a hurry to get started and I am lazy for the most part.
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Nice cook, SS. H.E.B. is my go to store here, as well for the sale cuts.
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That looks awesome. Seems like the bigger WSM might end up on my wish list.
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Re: 0.99/lb Brisket & Spare Ribs

Very Nice Cook Sapo & always a great vid!
Really like the bag idea

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