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Old 10-06-2010, 01:37 PM   #1
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Brisket Flats on the Smoker

Started the morning with 100 lbs of brisket flats on the Lang. 15 in all. Just put them in the foil a few minutes ago.

Here they are just before the foil




the one on the upper left of the top rack was 10 lbs by itself. All the others were nice and thick with good fat caps.
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Old 10-06-2010, 02:35 PM   #2
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Re: Brisket Flats on the Smoker

Dang that looks good I was feeling all warm and fuzzy about the eye im about to throw on the grill.
What am I suppose to say to my belly, when it asks me why I didn't make one of them?
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Mighty fine display. Don't see many nice flats like those at the retail stores around here. Good job.

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Re: Brisket Flats on the Smoker

Those look beautiful. I need to get something on the smoker soon, it's been awhile and I'm feelin the need especially after seeing your post. Thanks for the pics and the inspiration.
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Re: Brisket Flats on the Smoker

Looking real good. What are you going to do with them once they are done?
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Old 10-07-2010, 07:21 AM   #6
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Re: Brisket Flats on the Smoker

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Looking real good. What are you going to do with them once they are done?
Slice em, bag em and re-heat em on sunday for my nephew's wedding
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Re: Brisket Flats on the Smoker

Great looking briskets. They're sure to be a hit at the reception. I did a similar smoke using pork butts for my son's wedding. Everyone raved about it. It's much better than the usual fare you get at most wedding receptions.
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They are some nice looking briskets.
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Old 10-07-2010, 12:28 PM   #9
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Re: Brisket Flats on the Smoker

100.8 lbs of brisket started yesterday morning....
foiled at 170,
brought up to 195-200,
let sit in cambro for 2 hours,
then they went to the bbq fridge to cool down overnight, (the BBQ and Beer fridge is extra cold to speed up cooling process)
just got finished slicing and bagging....
final tally weighed in at 60.25 lbs 59.8% yield
total cost was $307.89 which works out to $5.11 per pound finished product
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Excellent job Gary! Are you a guest at the wedding or working at the wedding?
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