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Anyone have a good rub recipe for brisket , also how long does it take to smoke a brisket
I have used so many rubs on brisket! Any pre-made or just try anything. Yellow mustard to make everything stick. Don't need to use the mustard however you won't taste it if you do use it! I coat all sides very liberally. No set time for a brisket. It's done when its done! Do a search on the forum, there are so many topics about brisket. Usually 1hr to 1.5 hr per pound depending on your temperature. Usually start checking at 190 internal and sometimes have gone over 200 until its ready. Low and Slow or Turbo! Try it all! I do like to foil, and cooler to keep warm for dinner at a specific time or carve after a short rest and serve. Do prefer the bark when you carve without using foil. I injected my last brisket, first time doing so, Cheesy Fantastico dressing, and it was great! Don't be afraid to try anything! Enjoy!
salt and pepper! That's all
Two great sources of brisket cooking information are:
Barry, Lancaster, PA
John Henry's Pecan Rub.
Thanks for all the good info. I will post some pci's sunday.
I like 50/50 Dizzy Pigs Cow Lick and Turbino sugar.
Large BGE 2006, Mini Max 2014
Green Man Group cooking team.
Johns Creek, Georgia
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