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Smoking My First Brisket

Discussion in 'Cooking and Culinary Arts' started by Concord1968, Nov 11, 2019.

  1. Concord1968

    Concord1968 LCMS Lutheran

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    Up at 3am for putting on the rub, brisket went into the smoker at 4am. Probably a 10 hour cook.
     
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  2. miamited

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    Hi JM,

    What time's lunch? My son does a lot of slow cooking meat and has smoked a few briskets. Of course, he lives in Texas and that's just what Texan's do. However, a good tender brisket is hard to beat.

    God bless,
    In Christ, ted
     
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