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Old 01-14-2008, 03:33 PM   #1
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Default Goodmorning Brisket!

Ahh, the wonderful aroma of smoking brisket early in the morning as the sun peeks through the Oak trees.


It's been on since 11 last night. Dinner is gonnna be a good one tonight!


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Old 01-14-2008, 04:59 PM   #2
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Didn't get the chance to watch the vid yet, but I do love waking up to the smoker. It is a great activity for a weekend. . Mine saw a picnic ham, Beef toungue, Venison tongue and my version of a Braunschweiger (made with Deer liver and Pork) this weekend .


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Bastage! That looks delicious!
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Ok, I watched the video . You are stalking the Brisket.
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Looks good, how many eggs do you have?
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Yeah, do you really need 4 eggs? I hate you.
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What time is dinner Ed? I can probably catch a flight still....
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Yeah, do you really need 4 eggs? I hate you.
Uh, actually 5. I have another mini not pictured. I used to have one at the lake, but brought it home. I've used them in competitions as well.

My brisket took 2nd place in Dripping Springs at their Founders Day Cookoff back a couple of years ago. The eggs are just too heavy to be moving with my back these days.
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What time is dinner Ed? I can probably catch a flight still....
Should be about 5:30 PM. Just called SWMBO and the brisket it up to 183 degrees, so it is well past the plateau and now all the connective tissue that makes brisket tough is being rendered out. This is the tender making moment in BBQ'ing a brisket.


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