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    Sunday Brisket

    With the mild temperatures, lack of wind, and power back on this weekend I thought it was a good a time as any to throw a packer on the smoker. I started with a 14.4 pounder from costco and trimmed a little more than 4 pounds of fat off of it.
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    I got the fire rolling around 4:00am with full ring of KBB and some chunks of hickory and pecan.

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    By 4:30 my WMS was stable and I settled in for a long morning...
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    I took my first peek at 4 hours in and everything was doing what is was supposed too.



    She was ready after roughly 10 hours and probing like warm butter at 202*. I let it rest for 2 hours and removed the point to make the burnt ends.

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    After another hour of resting, the flat was reading for slicing.






    This was the first one I did with wrapping in butcher paper, but oddly enough I didn't take any pictures while it was wrapped. All in all, everything turned out good. Until next time...
    Last edited by M Bailey; 03-20-2017 at 12:01 PM.
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    That's a wonderful looking brisket. Great looking smoke ring and looks very moist. Keep up the good work.
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    You did a great job on that brisket. Looks delicious. Love Burnt Ends and I know yours were tasty.
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    That brisket looks perfect. Excellent cook!
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    Thanks guys, I was really happy with the way this one turned out.
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    Marvelous looking cook. I could eat that pan of burnt ends all by myself

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    very nice cooking Mike!!
    Your Brisket Looks PERFECT!
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    Great cook, I really need to make a brisket, yours looks to be just right for me, and love those brunt ends I have yet to make those, but they are on my list.
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    Looks great. I'm jealous.

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    I'll be doing my first whole packer soon, hope it comes out half as good as yours. Nice cook.
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