Looking for some advise on brisket

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2004/02/09 22:50:29 (permalink)

Looking for some advise on brisket

I need some advise on brisket. Everything comes out great except brisket, I just cant grasp it. What temp should it be at? How many pounds, how long, should I rub down or marinade before hand. Please help me!

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    Stogie
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    RE: Looking for some advise on brisket 2004/02/10 08:11:28 (permalink)
    Hi, Dan and welcome!

    Here is a recent thread that includes many posts on brisket. Check them out and then ask for any clarifications.

    http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=1133&SearchTerms=,brisket

    You can also do a search for "brisket" in the BBQ forum.

    Good luck and let's talk!

    Stogie
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    rydes95
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    RE: Looking for some advise on brisket 2004/02/10 19:33:41 (permalink)
    Hi Dan, just did one on Thanksgiving & it was perfect! Whole brisket, rubbed w/ dry rub (secret recipe), salt & pepper and smoked fat side up for 5.5 hours @ 225-250 over hickory (wet) and oak(seasoned). Took it out, wrapped in foil & continued for three hours @ 125-150. If you have the time, you'll be smilin'.
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    Sundancer7
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    RE: Looking for some advise on brisket 2004/02/11 14:13:17 (permalink)
    I know that most do brisket on the smoker. Has anyone ever done it in a crock pot?

    Paul E. Smith
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    lleechef
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    RE: Looking for some advise on brisket 2004/02/11 14:34:49 (permalink)
    Stogie is one of the KINGs of BBQ and do whatever he tells ya to do! We did one down in SoCal in the smoker, did a dry rub with mustard and horseradish over night, smoked it the next day, it was delicious.

    Paul, I have never tried this in a crock pot, I think it would come out a little like stringy corned beef?
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    pasmokers
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    RE: Looking for some advise on brisket 2004/02/11 14:52:05 (permalink)
    Thanks for the advice guys, I managed to make an edible one thanks to your advice. Sorry I didn't respond sooner, I'm raffling a smoker on my site so I've been quite busy with e-mails. Thanks again guys, I appreciate the help. I love knowing I can always get help from you guys.

    Dan
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