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brisket results

mr toadmr toad Posts: 666
edited September 2012 in EggHead Forum
first - thanks for all your help

method - **note** - i am a novice - first time - friday night - 7.5 lb - rubbed a bit of mustard - then used a liberal amount of D.P's Dust, course rub - i caked it on - saturday morning - oval stone - adj rig - digi q dx2 - in the egg at 7:00 am temp 225- 5:00 pm - 175 -  foiled brisket and back on egg for one hour - uncovered, rest, sliced at 6:30 to the delight of all -

the only sad thing is - i am not sure if this "delight of the palate" can ever be duplicated - it was so tender, great bark and oh, so gooooood !

again thanks for your help - mr toad
In dog Beers - I have had only one !
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  • bigphilbigphil Posts: 1,380
    sounds good and if you like the way it came out make some notes and do it the same way or try changing one thing at a time to see if you can make it better . but next time pics or it didn't  happen 
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  • bigphil said:
    sounds good and if you like the way it came out make some notes and do it the same way or try changing one thing at a time to see if you can make it better . but next time pics or it didn't  happen 

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