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One thing is for certain, you cook one of these bad boys and there will most certainly be another... Whisk them together for use later on making sure that you break up any clumps. This mixture will also be used for moping during the smoking process.I love using this beer as it is one of my favorite.I've never met a carnivore that didn't love a good smoked brisket.It's the grandest category in smoking competitions carrying as much prestige as whole hog.Once cooked, you would separate the flat from the point anyways.4th - Doing this beforehand cuts your cook time down significantly. Roll up your sleeves and use your hands for this one. You want to smoke and cook your brisket with indirect heat.

Will have try the worcestershire/mustard mix next time I cook I see what your getting at neems, but the lighter fluid does burn off.Make sure all of the lighter fluid has been burned off and the fire is glowing white hot before putting your brisket on the grill. I start off with chunks of mesquite and will later incorporate some apple wood. Make sure you pull your brisket out of the fridge while you prep your grill. I like to dust it with a light coat of rub, especially on the underside right before it goes on the rack. My total weight is 10 pounds making my weight per piece approximately 5 lbs each.What I'm looking for is a cook time of around one hour and 15 minutes per pound at the temp of 250 to 275. As you can see, the dripping from the point are preventing a good crust from developing on the flat. Use rubber gloves specifically designed for handling hot meat.Your gonna wanna check your brisket every hour monitoring the temp, to add more wood, and add more water if needed to the pan. I have not had to add any water to my pan yet as the brisket continues to render and contract. Best of all is that I find it tastier than some of the leading lagers in the market and it's only 4 bucks for a 6 pack. I switch back to lump coal because the smoking is done once you wrap in foil.The foil method is known by some as "the Texas Crutch". Excellent instructions - did this today - all in I spent 11 hrs and I have to say it was definitely worth it.

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