Small Brisket Flat


 

Kemper Morris

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Cooked a 4 1/2 lb Brisket Flat for 5 Hours over Pecan @275. First time cooking a small Flat & won’t be the last!! Tender, & Delicious
 

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MartinB

TVWBB All-Star
Just two of us, so the small flats are all i cook now
Around here you'll pay alnost as much for just a flat as you will for a whole packer brisket. So there's not much point. At least as long as you got a freezer. There's just me and my wife but I still cook full briskets.... We eat it for a couple of days then I slice, vacuum seal, and freeze the leftovers.

I was looking at a flat at Walmart just the other day that was $7 a pound.
 

 

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