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Thread: Sunday Brisket

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    TVWBB Wizard Pat G's Avatar
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    That looks great. Nice job!
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    M Bailey that is a wonderful looking brisket. I've made quite a few briskets and have always wondered how to make burnt ends. You knocked that one out of the park! I have to say I might have snacked on that point a bit before putting the cut up pieces back in because it looked so juicy and wonderful. Great cook!

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    Hi Robert, there's nothing too it. I let the whole brisket rest for at lest two hours, then I remove the point from the flat. After I re-wrap the flat, I cube up the point, put the pieces in a tray, add a little bbq sauce, a little more rub, and put back on the smoker for another hour at 225*. The most important thing I've learned with this method is not overdoing it with the sauce and rub.

    You're right about snacking on the point though. Usually, only about 60% or 70% of makes it back on the smoker...
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    That brisket looks amazeballs! Nice work!
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    Man that's an awesome looking brisket and the color and smoke ring spot on. Outstanding job looking forward to more of your cooks.
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    Looks yummy! I will smoke the pork/beef trimmings and sample them throughout the day. If there's meat on it it doesn't really get tossed in the trash.
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    Wow, looks fantastic !!!
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    Great looking brisket.
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