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  • kccougar
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    Originally posted by Jeff Lebowski View Post
    Your technique is fine. And no prob letting it sit overnight.

    What injection are you using?
    I bought some Butcher BBQ Prime Brisket Injection from BBQ Pit Stop in Lehi that I'm going to try.

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  • Jeff Lebowski
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    Originally posted by kccougar View Post
    I'm trying injecting for the first time tomorrow. The injection instructions call for letting it sit 4 hours after injecting before cooking. I assume it okay for the brisket to sit longer (like overnight in the fridge) after injecting? Since I'm going to start smoking about 6:00am.

    Also, I haven't done brisket in a while. In the past I've smoked it using oak/hickory up to 165, then wrapped in foil with some beef broth and continued in the oven to 200, then hold in the oven until carving. Should I do anything differently if I'm also injecting?
    Your technique is fine. And no prob letting it sit overnight.

    What injection are you using?

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  • kccougar
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    I'm trying injecting for the first time tomorrow. The injection instructions call for letting it sit 4 hours after injecting before cooking. I assume it okay for the brisket to sit longer (like overnight in the fridge) after injecting? Since I'm going to start smoking about 6:00am.

    Also, I haven't done brisket in a while. In the past I've smoked it using oak/hickory up to 165, then wrapped in foil with some beef broth and continued in the oven to 200, then hold in the oven until carving. Should I do anything differently if I'm also injecting?

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  • Joe Public
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    Bowl game brisket:

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    I let it sit for a while before taking pictures, but it was really moist. This was the best one I've done so far.

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  • Drunk Tank
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    Salt and pepper rub. I was out of black ops.





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  • Drunk Tank
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    Smoking 60lbs of prime grade brisket this weekend for a party, along with 15 racks of ribs should be fun. Going to use just a basic salt and pepper rub.

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  • Drunk Tank
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    The brisket gods were shining down on me this weekend. As I was strolling through costco's meat market, I noticed they had a whole packer brisket, which they never have here. When I looked closer, it was prime grade! When I looked at the price, I was shocked. $3.99/lb! I bought all they had left, which was only 2. The choice flats they were selling were $6.19/lb.

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  • Green Monstah
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    Originally posted by TripletDaddy View Post
    Also, if you don't own a smoker, is all lost in terms of cooking a delish brisket?
    What a difference three years makes.

    I consistently shoot myself in the foot. I decided to do JL's method, but my brisket was almost 12 pounds in the package, probably 10.5 after trimming. I decided to put it on at 3am to make up for the slightly larger size. I don't know why, but my iphone alarm didn't wake me, so I got the brisket on at 6:20, with dinner time at 6:00. I bumped the temp to 250. Hopefully that gets me back on track.

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  • wuapinmon
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    Brisket, chicken legs, sauerbraten, bratwurst, pulled pork, cooked red cabbage, and chimichurri.

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  • Drunk Tank
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    Originally posted by Green Monstah View Post
    DT,

    Sorry if you've answered this before, but where do you get your briskets?
    Yep, Sams Club. This one was a 12lb certified Angus choice packer. I'd love to get my hands on some prime grade brisket, but almost impossible to find around here.

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  • The_Tick
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    Originally posted by Green Monstah View Post
    DT,

    Sorry if you've answered this before, but where do you get your briskets?
    He will check in at some point...but we usually pick them up from Sam's Club.

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  • ERCougar
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    Dang that looks good.

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  • Green Monstah
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    DT,

    Sorry if you've answered this before, but where do you get your briskets?

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  • old_gregg
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    DT is a wizard

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