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Old 02-11-2010, 12:02 PM   #1
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Started the day off with a little hangover

Brisket hanging over the side of the cooker.
Pinned it back with a few skewers.
Weighed about 10 lbs. and is untrimmed.
Cooking over KF comp briquets and applewood.






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Old 02-11-2010, 12:22 PM   #2
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that's interesting...keep us posted
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Re: Started the day off with a little hangover

Good inginuity. If your cooks go like mine, you'll be hanging tomorrow.
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Re: Started the day off with a little hangover

Ahhh, now I wished I'd have cooked a brisket for the FF. I am craving some right now.
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Re: Started the day off with a little hangover

You need a 22 !
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Re: Started the day off with a little hangover

Puff thank you, I have been wondering how to do a larger brisket in my WSM. Looks like that will work and I'll save the $399 for the 22" ... at least for now. Great lookin' brisket!
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Old 02-11-2010, 02:53 PM   #7
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Re: Started the day off with a little hangover

Skewers worked like a charm. When I went to flip the brisket was laid out flat on it's own after shrinking some.
Hard to pull them out though. I was worried they'd break off. Maybe metal skewers would be better.
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Old 02-11-2010, 03:44 PM   #8
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Re: Started the day off with a little hangover

well there you go...I was afeared the meat would cook in
a curled up position.
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Re: Started the day off with a little hangover

Looks good Puff, what's the rub you used?
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Re: Started the day off with a little hangover

Good start Puff! I usually just roll it under itself and it will uncurl as it cooks all on it's own!
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Well I have cooked some whoppers on my little bullet. Just sorta scrunching them up like an inch worm and making sure its at least inside the lid. They shrink right down in a bit. Can't even find the wrinkle when its done. Somebody on here tole me to do it like that. Thanks to whoever gave out that tip. That has saved me a lot of money on buying scrkerwers

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Re: Started the day off with a little hangover

Good looking brisket Puff. Keep us posted with updates. Are you going to use a mop on that?
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Re: Started the day off with a little hangover

Puff........your uds is so neglected. For shame for shame.
How about some finished pics ?
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Re: Started the day off with a little hangover

Haven't had a good hangover in awhile but if I do I sure want one like that. I'll be looking for the finished pics.
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That drunk bastard.
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Re: Started the day off with a little hangover

Was wondering where this was going. That was a nice trick I used to put a can of beer under the flat after 2 hrs no problem.
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Re: Started the day off with a little hangover

I've had a few hangovers that didn't look anything like that. Mmmm.....
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Re: Started the day off with a little hangover

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Was wondering where this was going. That was a nice trick I used to put a can of beer under the flat after 2 hrs no problem.
I'm hopeing it was an empty can!!!
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Re: Started the day off with a little hangover

Well my mind was running wild here. I had it pictured as a full beer for some reason. Seems like the least could happen on that deal is hot beer and it bound to spew when you open it. That is if it skipped the exploding part for some reason. I know unopened gallon cans of Ranch Style beans blow up like a small a bomb when some drunk stick them in the fire just to see whut would happen.

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Was wondering where this was going. That was a nice trick I used to put a can of beer under the flat after 2 hrs no problem.
I'm hopeing it was an empty can!!!
The can would be mt after the brisket cooks a little remove can. Can't waste beer.
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