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Old 06-21-2010, 08:01 AM   #1
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Saturday Brisket (pics)

$1.98 a pound. How could I say no.



A little on the hot side, but that's okay.





Olive and Apple chunks.



Just coming out the the "stall zone"



All done. Took it to 205f Great burnt ends.



Sorry, no sliced pics.

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Old 06-21-2010, 04:33 PM   #2
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Looks great Pigs! Are you editing the video to post later?
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Re: Saturday Brisket (pics)

No sliced pics? How was it?
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This looks outstanding! Job well done!
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Re: Saturday Brisket (pics)

Nice looking brisket Pigs.
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Re: Saturday Brisket (pics)

Looks DEE Licious Pigs!

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Old 06-22-2010, 05:33 AM   #7
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Re: Saturday Brisket (pics)

Thanks folk. It was great. No foil, nice and tender. Did the mustard slather thing and used Billy Bone's rub on it. Stuck it on and let it roll. WSM hung around the 225-250f range the whole cook. Olive and apple wood was great. I kind of get tired of hickory all the time. It was a nice change. Valerie picked up a turkey breast, and I put that on after the brisket was done and threw a few hand full of hickory chips on the coals after a stir of lump. WSM hung right in there till it was done. Sorry, no pics of that. I see a turkey pot pie coming up soon along with some brisket pot pie's also. I use 4 inch aluminum pans for those and put them in the deep freezer after a ride in the food saver. A day when it's raining like heck in the fall, they can't be beat. In the oven, and good to go in 30 min. I can get pans from "chunk food charlie" (Chinese take out place) for .25 cents a piece.

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Great job Pigs. Well will start seeing those Packers for around .99 as we scoot a bit closer to July 4th. Sorry they so high up in your area. Course mostly rich folks up there so guess they can afford it.

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Re: Saturday Brisket (pics)

Dang! I need to check in here more often. I hit two separate topics and was blown away both times. I am feeling a bit of small mans syndrome. I know why there is no pictures of it sliced as it was probably gone as soon as it hit the table. Nice!
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Re: Saturday Brisket (pics)

What kind of flavor do you get with Olive wood? Never heard of using it before. Great looking brisket!
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