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CHiPs25
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re: Smoked Brisket - 60# with pics.
If i'm reading this correctly, that's like $600 in brisket?


LSUballs
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re: Smoked Brisket - 60# with pics.
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If i'm reading this correctly, that's like $600 in brisket?




Why Ike, whatever do you mean?


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SmokedBrisket2018
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re: Smoked Brisket - 60# with pics.
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$600 in brisket?


Wut?

He's got about $220 in brisket


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Sherman Klump
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re: Smoked Brisket - 60# with pics.
Do t worry. You aren’t reading correctly.


CHiPs25
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re: Smoked Brisket - 60# with pics.
I was looking at it in my computer and the dollar sign looked like a 1.


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TunaTrip
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re: Smoked Brisket - 60# with pics.
Apologies for not taking pictures when they were fresh. Tonight I vacuum sealed approximately 24 lbs of meat. These are the pictures of the refrigerated product as it was being put away.





Zach Lee To Amp Hill
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re: Smoked Brisket - 60# with pics.
looks dry af tbh


SmokedBrisket2018
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re: Smoked Brisket - 60# with pics.
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looks dry af tbh


It will look like that when it's 35 degrees out of the fridge.


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re: Smoked Brisket - 60# with pics.
Maybe next time.


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TigerWise
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re: Smoked Brisket - 60# with pics.
Why did you do this ?


TunaTrip
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re: Smoked Brisket - 60# with pics.
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looks dry af tbh


Yea I know. That's what happens after it rests in the fridge for a couple of days. But don't worry, it will once again be delicious upon reheat. Timing and temp were perfect. Even the lean end was moist.



TunaTrip
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re: Smoked Brisket - 60# with pics.
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Why did you do this ?


Every few months I cook a couple to have some in the freezer for quick meals.

I was always terrified of trying brisket cause of the horror stories I've heard. Once I got a competition grade smoker I researched for many months prior to finally pulling the trigger and giving it a go. From the first one it was a success and family and friends have raved over it. Recently had a request from a close friend to cook some for her daughters wedding so I picked up an extra two for this cook.

I won't claim to be pushing out competition grade meat, but it's better than what we can buy around BR/NOLA area. Granted I haven't had all of them. Prior to cooking my first one I made a trip to Austin and was able to try out a good bit of their smoked brisket(not Franklin). From that trip, I would say it satisfies the same tastes as the brisket I've had in Texas.


SmokedBrisket2018
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re: Smoked Brisket - 60# with pics.
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it will once again be delicious upon reheat


Like you, I vacuum seal my leftover brisket and pulled pork and reheat in the sealed bag in some warm/hot water(similar to sous vide method) and it always comes out perfect.
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TunaTrip
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re: Smoked Brisket - 60# with pics.
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sealed bag in some warm/hot water(similar to sous vide method) and it always comes out perfect.


Couldn't agree more!


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rmc
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re: Smoked Brisket - 60# with pics.
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I was always terrified of trying brisket cause of the horror stories I've heard.


You just have to dive in which you have. I bought a smallish packer from Costco for my first brisket and watched a Franklin video. Came out way better than I would have imagined with my little dual fuel source masterbuilt $100 special from Home Depot. Use that same smoker and continue to put out what I believe are quality smoked meats. I am going to upgrade soon.

Looks good!


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