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Old 01-20-2007, 06:54 PM   #1
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First WSM cook...added the pics

Last night at 9:00 I plopped on two 10 lb briskets on the new WSM.. i figure.. why not test this thing out right... I put them on when the dome temp hit 220 and by 11:00 it had leveled out to about 245... I went to bed and didnt bother the thing til 7:00 am this morning. THe temp at that time was 208, brisket was at 156, after a little stir of the coals and adding a lil more charcoal, the temp was back up.

the first brisket came off at 11:30 (bottom) and the other one at 1:30 pm.. i gave each one 2 hours in foil in the cooler. Both were the most tender briskets I have cooked. Could have been a bit juicer.. I normally foil brisket flats at 170 but did not foil these whole packers.

overall I am very pleased with the WSM and especially the ability to get some sleeeeeeeeeeeeeep.

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The WSM is a sleeping machine. It does allow sleep.
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Old 01-21-2007, 03:08 AM   #3
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Sounds like a successful cook..can't wait to see the pics to verify it actually happened..lol (no pics, no cook)...

I was thrilled with my first overnight WSM cook..I still got up every hour for the first few to check on it...habit from the ol' stick burner...
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Old 01-21-2007, 09:14 AM   #4
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Sounds good Gary, of course until we see those pics. NO PICIE, NO COOKIE.
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Beautiful job Gary!!! Nice bark and smoke ring!!
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Good looking cook Gary. Welcome to the "club."
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Good looking brisket there Gary. The answer is still NO!
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Sure does look yummylicious.
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