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First Dizzy Dust Brisket is on!

BabyBoomBBQBabyBoomBBQ Posts: 703
edited 5:14AM in EggHead Forum
I put on a 5lb Choice Grade brisket at 8am San Diego time. Grid temp about 235. Seasoned it with course grind Dizzy Dust and Jack Daniel's oak chips for smoke. About an hour into the cook, it's at 96 internal. Planning to eat between 6:30 and 7:30. I hope it's a celebration of a Chargers win.

I usually use cowlick and red eye express, but decided to give this a try since a friend can't tolerate any coffee at all.

Go Chargers!!!

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  • BENTEBENTE Posts: 8,337
    make sure to take pictures!! ;)

    happy eggin

    TB

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  • Here's the 4:30pm approach to the cooker. There was a little more smoke than I expected. Note that the 166 on the thermometer was the internal of the brisket. Dome was about 270, grid about 240.

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    A check under the hood during rotation step. I cut perpendicular to the notch direction of the grain as suggested.

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    A view that shows I missed getting the rub to stick to the lower right. Good contrast I guess. Notch shown again.

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    Another shot showing the experimental "save the drippings from burning" setup. I've never pulled it off to my satisfaction when I made a good brisket.

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    More later...
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