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My Sunday smoke (Brisket flat)

 
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SVonhof
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 12 11 12:12 am    Post subject: My Sunday smoke (Brisket flat) Reply with quote

Sunday we were having a friend over that we have not seen in a few years. The last time he came over, I cooked my first brisket flat and it was horrible and tough. This time, since I know more about brisket, I was determined to cook it properly.
I grabbed a 13+ pound packer and had the guy at the supermarket cut it in half as I knew I wasn't going to have time to do the whole thing. After trimming the fat, I am guessing the flat was under 5 lbs.
I decided on a combination of Big Ron's In the House and Ploughboy's Yardbird Rub (about a 2:1 ratio). I didn't do a thick coating of rub as I didn't want to overdo it.

Just on the smoker at 8am:

around 11am:

Sliced (horrible picture with the cell phone that I didn't realize was bad until this morning):


Turned out really good. I did spritz it a few times with some apple juice and apple cider vinegar and the finishing sauce we used on the side was a combination of Sweet Baby Ray's original, apple juice and apple cider vinegar.

Not much left after the three of us at and then we gave some to my buddy to take home. Enough for dinner and a little lunch and that was it.
The point end of the brisket will be smoked sometime in the next few weeks hopefully and burnt ends will be made as well!
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 12 11 12:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

That looks really good. I assume you don't own a knife so how much did the supermarket guy charge to come to the house to slice it up after you cooked it? Wink Laughing Laughing
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 12 11 12:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Looks like some nice smokey deliciousness from here.
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SVonhof
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 12 11 2:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

BluDawg wrote:
That looks really good. I assume you don't own a knife so how much did the supermarket guy charge to come to the house to slice it up after you cooked it? Wink Laughing Laughing


I assume you are saying that since I had the guy at the supermarket cut it? I could have cut it on my own, but figured he was right there.
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