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Travis Brisket method

MDHogMDHog Posts: 38
edited July 2012 in EggHead Forum
I'm thinking of trying this this weekend for my first brisket attempt--seems like there is consensus that this is an easier way to go, especially if you only have access to flats.

I'm guessing you don't apply rub to the down side that sits in the liquid, since it would just wash off in the liquid? Also it sounds like fat side up is the preferred way?



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