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Old 06-28-2008, 09:49 AM   #1
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First Brisket HELP

Im not sure what the time per pound is for brisket. Can anyone help? Thanks! db

I started it last night at 9pm and its probably about 10 - 12 pounds
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Old 06-28-2008, 09:54 AM   #2
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your the man stogie....thanks for the help ill go check it now its been runnin a little low. it was real windy last night. thanks again
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Old 06-28-2008, 10:39 AM   #3
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last night at roughly 9pm
and the 2nd pic is this morning at about 8:15am @ 182 degrees
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Where did you find the shrink wrap that you have around the probe ?

Your little girl is a cutie.

The brisket looks good also.
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That's gonna eat good DB!
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Old 06-28-2008, 10:53 AM   #6
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Oh my Goochi this is good! I think im gonna do some (frozen) potatoes au gratin bacon and gravy and pulled brisket? mmmmmmm ill let you guys know how it goes. db

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Old 06-28-2008, 11:20 AM   #7
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Should i cut it across the grain of the meat on the flat? Im gonna pull some of it just cuz i can


but i want to slice it too. I really happy with this first one!
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the little girl sure looked excited about that brisket!
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the little girl sure looked excited about that brisket!
Ya Cap and she just seasoned a half rack of ribs! Shes a great cook and eater. Thanks again stogie!

below: Potatoes au gratin with homestyle sausage gravy, bacon and some pulled brisket. Not too bad for a fresh start saturday!

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Where did you find the shrink wrap that you have around the probe ?

Your little girl is a cutie.

The brisket looks good also.
That shrink wrap is built on to it. Never really thought about leavin that in the smoker till now. I think it must be heat safe because ive left it in the smoker before.
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Dollar congrats on your first brisket. Looks like it went well for you. You got some good looking help there. Got 2 briskets I put on at 2 cst time.
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Dollar congrats on your first brisket. Looks like it went well for you. You got some good looking help there. Got 2 briskets I put on at 2 cst time.
Thanks Tannhill!

I took about 1/4 of it over to my buddy, He's from Tennessee but he dont really give a damn about taste...........he just eats everything in front of him. He's "that guy" And as far as taste so far in my noob carreer i like the pulled pork better. Just my opinion. My ribs are almost done now too i gotta go check them.
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Rhiannons Ribs! i just set the thermometer on top of the ribs and i think it melted in to them. To bad shes not here to eat! haahahhahahahaaa




I'll save some!
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That brisket and the ribs look great DB. I sure hope I can find an untrimmed packer so I can try one. Thanks for sharing.
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I think those there are my 2nd rack of ribs ive ever done on the WSM. I took off the membrane on the bone side. It really made a difference!

PS. Are there still thousands of smokin hott girls in Palm Springs area at spring break time? Oh how I miss the spring break crowd there back in the day!
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