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Old 12-16-2007, 07:48 AM   #1
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Storm Brisket

They are calling for a nasty winter weather event today…Freezing Rain and snow we are supposed to get a few feet along with high winds…..What’s a BBQ guy to do? During a Blizzard once the Mayor of Buffalo told the people to get a six pack and just wait it out…Well a six pack just wouldn’t last long enough so it’s a case of beer and a brisket on the WSM. Last night I injected the brisket with a comp injection I am working on and then rubbed it down with my brisket rub…..I am cooking it with Hump Lump and a mix of Smokilicious Cherry and Hickory Wood. Stay tuned…..
The weather for the area
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Old 12-16-2007, 08:14 AM   #2
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Wow..That is cool man!!!.. I mean cold.. Believe it or not, it's 35 degrees here right now...My head was freezing lastnight... Keep the vids comin Dave!!!


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Old 12-16-2007, 11:03 AM   #3
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Dave, come on, your temps are pretty close to mine! A big burley guy like you should have no problems with that little dip in temp!
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Dave, come on, your temps are pretty close to mine! A big burley guy like you should have no problems with that little dip in temp!
Nick it was like 20* this morning..but it was a warm 20* I had no problems with the cold.
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Old 12-16-2007, 11:25 AM   #5
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Snow, cold...all part of winter which officially starts next week
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yep, it's still fall
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we got 25-30 mph winds with gusts up to 50. calling for a tiny bit of snow too. should make for a fun first turkey smoke
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Dave, come on, your temps are pretty close to mine! A big burley guy like you should have no problems with that little dip in temp!
Nick it was like 20* this morning..but it was a warm 20* I had no problems with the cold.
You know it's not the cold, Dave, it's the damp combined with the wind . . . . I'm starting to sound like my mother . . .
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Old 12-16-2007, 01:11 PM   #9
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Great video Dave!
(Better watch the ice when walking by a lit chimney )
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Ok, I am guessing the internal temp to be 165. Close? Warm? Not even close?
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Off and resting...video to come after its cut.
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Brisket is done and I’m real happy with the results…..It didn’t have much of a smoke ring but the taste, moisture content and texture was great. This comp injection I’ve been working on is coming along nicely. It snowed all day with more expected tonight along with some high winds….the mrs is hoping for a snow day. The Chocolate Cobbler was fantastic along with the homemade marshmallows. I’m stuffed.



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Glad it turned out great You could do voice overs for Norm, maybe a body double from behind Nothing like cooking in the snow
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Witt,
Just finished dinner, now I'm hungry again!
Great Job
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Hey Witt,
I am originally from Lockport just moved out here last year. Hope you are enjoying the weather hehe.
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Looks great Witt! Thanks for sharing!
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Brisket like that will get you through the winter!
That looks awesome!
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That looks really good, Dave. Makes me hungry.

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I Love brisket and yours looks great!!!!!
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That brisket looked very good Dave. Sounds like the taste was there also.
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