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Ah, those brisket details-he may be land locked in the north where you don't even get a choice:)
Cool Jazz said:Just the flat....
Just the flat....
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Cool Jazz said:
Here is the finished product....
Looks like it came out ok. If you overcook a brisket (and its threatening to fall apart), cut thicker slices. If you undercook one, cut thinner slices. Perfectly cooked brisket sliced should be about the thickness of a #2 pencil. I think I recall hearing one time about contests bbq contests requiring you to cut a certain thickness due to the fact that cutting thinner or thicker can help disguise under/over cooked brisket.
Now where did i put my Mexican blanket? I had no idea they could be used as a brisket blanket.
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