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Old 10-08-2005, 04:18 PM   #1
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Nope, I haven't tried it Bob! But I gotta admit, I can't wait to see how it turns out! Take some pic's for us!
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Old 10-08-2005, 05:40 PM   #2
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It'll work, but reverse em at some point!
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Old 10-08-2005, 06:40 PM   #3
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If you put rub on them and then put them together i don't think that's going to be good thing. Shawn did that with a boneless butt. He put rub inside and out and the rub that was inside got grey and nasty. He said it was really grainy and terrible tasting. YMMV. 8-[
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He didn't put rub on the sides that are touching. He should be okay.
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Old 10-08-2005, 06:45 PM   #4
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If you put rub on them and then put them together i don't think that's going to be good thing. Shawn did that with a boneless butt. He put rub inside and out and the rub that was inside got grey and nasty. He said it was really grainy and terrible tasting. YMMV. 8-[
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He didn't put rub on the sides that are touching. He should be okay.[/quote:v5oq8c2j]
This would indicate otherwise..

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I went to Sames and picked up two flats. One was 5lbs 1 just over 7lbs. Both had great fat and were about the same general size.

I decided to try something new. I put some seasoning on the non-fat side of both. Only trimmed the hard fat off. I put one on-top of the other with the fat sides out - the seasoned sides in (against each other).

Put some apple and cherry wood in the smoker and threw them on. I am trying to keep the temp between 210 and 225. Be interesting how this works out. Just felt like trying something a little different.

Anyone every try this before?
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Actually the rubbed sides are against each other. Live and learn. Hopefully if I expose that for the 2nd half of the smoke, it will turn out ok.
Damn, I'm wrong again!! Guess I'm dislexic! Sorry Cruising.
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If you put rub on them and then put them together i don't think that's going to be good thing. Shawn did that with a boneless butt. He put rub inside and out and the rub that was inside got grey and nasty. He said it was really grainy and terrible tasting. YMMV. 8-[
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He didn't put rub on the sides that are touching. He should be okay.[/quote:3dv33fjw]
This would indicate otherwise..
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I went to Sames and picked up two flats. One was 5lbs 1 just over 7lbs. Both had great fat and were about the same general size.

I decided to try something new. I put some seasoning on the non-fat side of both. Only trimmed the hard fat off. I put one on-top of the other with the fat sides out - the seasoned sides in (against each other).

Put some apple and cherry wood in the smoker and threw them on. I am trying to keep the temp between 210 and 225. Be interesting how this works out. Just felt like trying something a little different.

Anyone every try this before?
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Bob, how did the briskets turn out??
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Old 10-09-2005, 07:44 AM   #10
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Bob, find that bottom grate for the WSM next time you need to cook two briskets. It will be much simpler and all you'll need to do it rotate them once throughout the cook.
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