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Re: Big easy smoker brisket
« Reply #15 on: 08/18/11 14:42:44 »
Well that woke a few people up.  Bottom line is everybody's right (but dick is more right).

And that surprises who....?  ;) ;D ::)
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Re: Big easy smoker brisket
« Reply #16 on: 08/19/11 07:32:46 »
Well that woke a few people up.  Bottom line is everybody's right (but dick is more right).

And that surprises who....?  ;) ;D ::)
Nobody!   

Dee, thanks for the back ground info on this, I'm sure there are a few newbie that were lost.

But then again once they read about things we have done here they will understand  "Welcome to the asylum"  ;D ;) ;)

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Re: Big easy smoker brisket
« Reply #17 on: 08/20/11 19:25:04 »
I find the different outlooks toward cooking interesting.
I realize there is the proper tool for the job and the TBE or SRG
may not be the best for a Brisket, But not all of us have all the tools
so we make do.I for one will be watching for TMB's next post on Brisket in
SRG.I plan on doing a 5LB Brisket soon and it will be in my SRG otherwise
I would not be able to enjoy a Brisket smoked at home at all.I plan on posting my
feeble attempt at Smoked Brisket good,bad or otherwise.

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Re: Big easy smoker brisket
« Reply #18 on: 08/20/11 19:37:45 »
I had smoked a sirloin roast in the SRG.  Not exactly brisket, but being a better cut of beef I only cooked it to 150.  Ended up tasting a lot like a well cooked brisket.  Moist, tender, and flavorful.  It made some great sandwiches.  I just picked up another sirloin roast last night for $3.37 lb.  Again, not exactly brisket for the purists, but a good alternative.  Plus the sirloin roast I got this time is 2 1/2 lb.  A better fit for just me and the wife.  (The kids don't eat it)

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Re: Big easy smoker brisket
« Reply #19 on: 08/21/11 19:52:43 »
I find the different outlooks toward cooking interesting.
I realize there is the proper tool for the job and the TBE or SRG
may not be the best for a Brisket, But not all of us have all the tools
so we make do.I for one will be watching for TMB's next post on Brisket in
SRG.I plan on doing a 5LB Brisket soon and it will be in my SRG otherwise
I would not be able to enjoy a Brisket smoked at home at all.I plan on posting my
feeble attempt at Smoked Brisket good,bad or otherwise.

I look forward to reading about your brisket in the SRG.

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