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Dry Pulled Pork and Brisket that Pulls...Help.

Royal CoachmenRoyal Coachmen Posts: 156
edited January 2012 in EggHead Forum
So I cooked a brisket the other day and when took it off the pulled like pulled pork. This was only the second brisket I've cooked. (I screwed the first one up by purchasing a corned beef brisket...mistake) Any idea why this would happen? It was also rather dry...It didn't slice nicely live I'm used to seeing brisket slice.

Now I have cooked pulled pork 5-10 times and it has turned out pretty good 70% of the time. The other times it turns out my latest batch. I cooked the pulled pork (2-3lb) for 6 hours at 225. I wrapped it in foil with my wrapping mixture and let it rest for 30 before placing it back on the egg for another hour at 250. Then I took it off and pulled. It was tasty...but BOY was it dry.

Thanks guys and gals.


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