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Old 10-08-2006, 09:33 AM   #1
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Sunday Briskett

Weather turned as predicted. 45 degrees, lite drizzle... snow by early afternoon I would guess.

Fired up Einstein a little after 7AM (MDT), put the Briskett on at 7:30. Temp holding a 250 +/- 10 degrees so far without much babysitting. Think it's dialed in so will check every 30 minutes or so for the couple of hours.

Briskett came in a 11.3 lbs. More fat than usual so I trimmed about 1/2lb of fat off and tossed in the freezer for next time I make beef sausage.

Pics will be posted a little later on today.
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Old 10-08-2006, 09:50 AM   #2
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Sounds good! Bet you're gonna be real happy that you chose to use Einstein!!!
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Old 10-08-2006, 10:27 AM   #3
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Just fixed it. Had the page out of place.
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Things are looking good. That view is NICE so is the Johnnie Walker Red.
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It got cold, had to put the Gin away till Spring
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Old 10-08-2006, 11:30 AM   #8
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Good looking brisket. A little cold weather doesn't stop me from having the occasional chat with Mr. Beefeater.

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Good looking brisket. A little cold weather doesn't stop me from having the occasional chat with Mr. Beefeater.

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That's right! Mr Beefeater....meet Mr. Beefcooker! :P
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Brisket off at 3:00. It's taking a nap in a 175 degree oven for the next hour or so. Guests at 6:00. I updated the link at 4 PM. Smells like a little bit of heaven here on earth, at least to us carnivores

Tator salad (w2 versions, one plain (wife), one with extras (mine)) done earlier in the day.

Time to have a talk with Mr. Walker... . :cheers
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Looking good dats!
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Old 10-09-2006, 09:41 AM   #14
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Final pics posted. Tasted great. Bark a little to thick in spots, but hey, this is brisket after all.

I am glad I used Einstein over the Kingfisher. Wet and cold all day, would have used 4 - 5 times more lump in the offset. As it stood, used about 1/4 bag and still have some big pieces left in the fire ring.

Missed my prediction on snow. Just starting now. If anyone is curious as to what snow looks like I can post a pic or two.
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Old 10-09-2006, 10:15 AM   #15
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Dat's a fine looking plate of food.

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Man that is one fine looking plate of vitles Dats. Great job.
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Snow?

No!!!!! I know what snow looks like and we are going to get a little Wed and Thurs.
I love CO.
That Brisket looks GREAT. Nice pics.
That Ol' Green Egg Meister works good, doesn't she?
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Real good lookin' brisket. Cornbread looks real good too. I'm salivating.

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Old 10-09-2006, 07:46 PM   #19
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Brisket looks real good Dat's

I would trade my Chargriller on any day for one of those Eggs.
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Everything looked great
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