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First brisket success

Rolling EggRolling Egg Posts: 1,995
edited 6:42PM in EggHead Forum
My first brisket was a 10.8 lb'er and was a complete success. It was put on last night at about 11 and finished this evening at about 1. No injectons or marinade, just rubbed with JH Pecan Rub and threw it on. Held 250 degrees for the entire cook. Wrapped with foil @ 165 and pulled at 195. Thanks to Celtic Wolf for all the tips. It was very juicy when I took it out of the foil after resting for an hour. After about 10 minutes it started drying out. We dipped in Blues Hog and it was awesome. I had to immediately get on the net and order my father in law some Blues Hog. Right now I have two chickens on that I halved. Cant wait. They'll be done in about 20 minutes.



  • Man, that brisket came out nice!
  • TXTrikerTXTriker Posts: 1,177
    Mighty fine looking brisket and those chickens don't look to shabby either. I've been thinking pork butt for some time now. I think it is about time to do another butt too.
  • JLOCKHART29JLOCKHART29 Posts: 5,897
    Brisket an't easy to do! :whistle: Looks like you did a great job!
  • gthomgthom Posts: 36
    looks good. next time, if you want a more tender bite, slice it perpendicular to the grain. on most briskets, that means slicing it at a little bit of an angle.
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