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First Post- Need brisket help
Hi Everyone, I have been a member for over a month trying to soak up others knowledge and have hit my first road block. I Just really started to get into smoking since I picked up my XL so still classify myself as a novice when it comes to smoking. I have a decent amount of family coming over on Saturday and even though I was extremely hesitant the consensus from them was to do a brisket.
Anyways to the question, I went down to my butcher and they had no 8-9 lbs slabs so I had to get one 5.1 lb and one 3.3 lb (all they had left). So should I put the 5 lb on a couple hours before or put them both on at the same time? Saying this out loud it seems like a very stupid question but I am not an expert on the eggs heat displacement with two pieces on the same grate. Any help would be greatly appreciated also I have a general idea on cooking time at 225 degrees but if you guys could bounce times off me I would appreciate that as well.
Thanks in advance