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Old 06-26-2005, 05:26 AM   #1
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Two 12lb packers in the WSM

I put two 12lb packers on the WSM last night around 8pm. I separated the point from the flat prior to cooking on these two. It's 6:30am now meats at 170 & 167. Didn't take beginning pic's but will post some pic in a bit.
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Old 06-26-2005, 06:25 AM   #2
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it's been an hour.....PICS!!!!!

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Okay here's one, the other brisket is on the bottom. I'll take that one in a bit. Notice I gotta little ash on them, I spritzed AJ to get rid of it.
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Old 06-26-2005, 07:04 AM   #4
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dadgum, that pic looks so good I believe I'd eat the ash!
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dadgum, that pic looks so good I believe I'd eat the ash!
The ash doesn't really bother me, but this has got to turn out good. I gotta have it to a co-worker at noon today!!!
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Old 06-26-2005, 09:40 AM   #6
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Finished pic's of one of the briskets. This is the one for the co-worker. I'm gonna reheat and slice the other for dinner later. I chopped the point and sliced the flat.










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Old 06-26-2005, 10:13 AM   #7
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I'd crawl a mile for a bite of that.


Fantastic! It looks so freaking moist! Would you call that your best ever?

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Dang boy! I've seen so much Q this weekend I think I'll puke, but first, gimme a piece of that good lookin brisket! When you get yer new pit, you can do burnt ends with those points on your hot spot! I did some with four briskets yesterday. They are always the first thing to go! I am actually considering cooking a bunch of small flats to death and cubing them up to "burnt enderize" them!
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I'd crawl a mile for a bite of that.


Fantastic! It looks so freaking moist! Would you call that your best ever?

pffft!
Thanks Cappy and WoodQ'er. I only tasted a small piece of this one since it was for my co-worker. I'll give more details of the one I'm gonna re-heat and eat for dinner. This one was not my best, but purdy good. I still say the very first brisket I ever did was my best ever, but have never been able to duplicate it. Beginners luck I suppose on the first one!
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Larry does it again ... looks mighty tasty!
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