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Old 02-08-2009, 06:05 AM   #1
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Early Morning Brisket with Pics...FINALLY

Got a nice little 10.4lb packer brisket that went on the WSM this morning around 5:45am; using Royal Oak Lump with pecan and cherry wood.

I used a mustard slather and rubbed with The Slabs "Wow Your Cow" rub on Friday night and refrigerated it until this morning. Later on I've got 4 fatties going on that I'll cook up and vac pac 3 of them for later use and probably munch on the other one. Enjoy your Sunday, 40 here and sunny today. Pics to follow.

Sorry about the pics...had camera issues then I had pooter issues.

Because of the camera issues I didn't get any early cook pics.


This is about 6 1.2 hours in, after removing the fatties.


I foiled the brisket at 170, and added 1cup of beef broth/worsty sauce combo. Removed brisket at 195, separated the point, chopped the point for burnt ends; wrapped the flat and coolered for 2 hours.....this is the sliced flat.


Put sauce on the burnt ends and back on the WSM for 2 hours while the flat was resting.


Brisket sammy and sweet potato fries.

Brisket was OK but it turned out a little dry, not my best effort but definitely edible.
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Old 02-08-2009, 07:57 AM   #2
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We'll be waiting for pics...with baited breath.
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Old 02-08-2009, 09:42 AM   #3
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Good luck with the session Bruce.
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We'll be waiting for pics...with baited breath.
touche'
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Yummm..waitin on the pics.
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Old 02-08-2009, 06:22 PM   #6
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Must not have be to early morning brisket
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Hey Bruce..... you forget about us?
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Well.........He started out of the gate like a thorobred.
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Pics are posted...finally.
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Nice pics Bruce! I'm a big fan of the sweet potato fries and chips too!
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Sho do look good Bruce. Sweet tator frys are real good too
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I'm gonna learn to do brisket just so I can get some burnt
ends...those looks sooo good.
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That does look great!
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do you make the fries from scratch or do you buy them frozen? I would love to try them
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Fine looking meal Bruce!
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do you make the fries from scratch or do you buy them frozen? I would love to try them
Those are fresh frozen right from the bag courtesy of our local grocery store.
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Brisket looks good to me and the burnt ends are terrific.
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Oh yeah. Looks mighty tasty.
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Brisket looks good to me and the burnt ends are terrific.
Couldn't agree more now give a fork for that pan of burnt ends!
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