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Old 06-04-2016, 07:34 AM   #1
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Brisket put on at 0515. 11# Ought to be ready 18-1900. Cook temp 230.
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Old 06-04-2016, 09:06 AM   #2
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I was debating picking one up at WD yesterday. Now I regret not getting it.
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I didn't receive a text Wade....Maybe my phone broke!
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Cooking for inlaws. They gots company coming. Doing pork and spatchcock chickens tomorrow. Keeping none for ourselves....
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Alright Wade , I haven't done a brisket yet but plan on doing one soon. Some directions and guidance would be very much appreciated.
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I usually do a 10-12 pound one. Trim the fat cap down to less than a 1/4" thick. I marinade mine overnight. I like Allegro Spicy. Next morn, (0400), fire up egg. I used cherry wood also for smoke. Put plate setter and a drip pan full of water in. Get egg temp to 200 and stable. Remove brisket from marinade and dust it down with Montreal Steak seasoning. Place on grate fat side up. Close it up. Cook at 225-235 till center temp is 200-203, (about 10-12 hours). Remove, wrap in foil and let stand till cool. Slice and enjoy.
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It's pulled off, wrapped and resting now. Just over 10 hours cook time. Pics later.
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10 hours? Must gonna slice it....waiting~~~~~~~~~~
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Yep. Gonna be a slicer. It's still pretty dang tender though. 200 center temp.
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All these rich folk with eggs, yeti cups and...gasp...a digi-q. Lol.
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