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Thread: Brisket EXTREMELY Hoy-n-Fast

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    Brisket EXTREMELY Hoy-n-Fast

    Been awhile, howdy folks!

    Doing yet another EXTREMELY Hot-n-Fast Brisket.
    2.5 hours of mixed Hickory and Mesquite smoke at 275-300.
    Then kicking the temp up to 375-400.
    Once the IT hits 165 it'll be wrapped in paper, back into the 375-400 and finished till probe tender.

    Bought a Costco prime packer, 21.69lbs, trimmed it weighed approx 17lbs.
    Rubbed with coarse Kosher salt, freshly cracked peppercorns and granulated garlic/onion.
    Wrapped overnight to let the salt brine into the meat a bit.

    Untrimmed



    Trimmed and Rubbed



    2.5 hours in, flipped and raised the temp to 375-400



    Stand by brisket fans
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    IT is 165 and its time to wrap





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    Chef Snacks, Burnt Ends



    SBR, Honey and Butter



    Mmmmm!

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    It's done, wrapped in a towel and resting on the counter till dinner.
    I got sidetracked and let the IT get to 208, needless to say it was probe tender, it feels like jello.
    It'll get a good 2hr rest as the ladies have dinner scheduled for 5pm.

    More to come, stay tuned for the unwrapping, slicing and of course... The money shots.
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    Damn that looks good. Thanks ��
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    Man, that looks wonderful, much better than the gruel and lentils I have planned for tonite. My wife found a great buy on chicken feet, but we are saving them for a special occasion.

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    Ragnar Benson:
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    Man that looks better than the soup I brought from home. But my soup is better than the maruchan noodles. I have lined up for lunch.
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    That looks like it tastes even better than revenge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haywire View Post
    That looks like it tastes even better than revenge.
    Well... They do say revenge is best served cold.
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    Ragnar Benson:
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