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Old 03-09-2019, 03:10 PM   #1
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Its so expensive and Iím always feel the pressure! Started this one about 9:30 this morning. It was 14# but I imagine around 10# after trimming. Planning on wrapping it around dark and cooking another 3 or 4 hrs before reaching 205 degrees. Egg set at 225. But in 2 hrs internal is already 184!! I killed the heat and slowed it down. Got it wrapped at about 4.5 hrs and got her back on. Every one Iíve ever done acted different most stalling for several hrs around 150. Frustrating but always good - I hope!
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Old 03-09-2019, 05:15 PM   #2
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6 hrs and pulled it at 206 internal. It didnít feel right at 201. So I held off. At 206 the probe went thru the foil and it was like nothing was on the other side. Hope I didnít go to long
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The stall in briskets SUCK!!! Love me some good brisket though!!!!
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you're correct. every one is different. drives me to drinking.
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UPDATE Kevin??????????
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Well? Geeet yet??
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Well. Brisket is very forgiving. We had a little for supper Saturday and then fed the whole family at lunch today. Straight up the best piece of meat I ever had. Everybody was shocked at how tender it was. Cut it with a fork and it really melted in your mouth. The only thing that was not perfect was losing the crunchy ďbarkĒ during the wrapping. Already planning for the next one
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Glad to hear it, but I need to check w/ Verizon my invite from you to share it didn't go through??? hahaha
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I'm glad it turned out ok for you. I know it sure looked good. What rub did you use??
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I'm glad it turned out ok for you. I know it sure looked good. What rub did you use??



Cup of salt, pepper, 1/4 cup paprika, garlic granules and 1/4 cup onion powder. It was good but enough for about 3 briskets
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