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Old 02-01-2019, 07:48 AM   #1
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Brisket Cook

I cooked a brisket on my Akorn last week. It was great!!!! I used my wet rub/marinade and let it sit all bay and the cooked overnight at 225* over lump charcoal and apple wood chunks, I did a non traditional separation of the point and flat sections to be able to get it in the Akorn. I placed the point on the extender rack over the flat.Here are some pics.
















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Old 02-01-2019, 08:25 AM   #2
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Looks good, Paymaster. Do you wrap your brisket for any part of the cook?
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Looks good, Paymaster. Do you wrap your brisket for any part of the cook?
Thanks Andy!

I never wrap brisket, butts or anything else but ribs. I only wrap ribs for my wife who likes them fall off the bone. I like my ribs a bit firmer than her.
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Some pics did not show up so here are the ones I missed.



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Old 02-01-2019, 09:26 AM   #5
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That looks lovely, want some now.
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That looks lovely, want some now.
Oh yeah! That smoke ring looks so perfect. I need to send him my address in a hurry before he eats it all.
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Thanks Andy!

I never wrap brisket, butts or anything else but ribs. I only wrap ribs for my wife who likes them fall off the bone. I like my ribs a bit firmer than her.
Very nice Paymaster. Where do you live? I could not. I mean would not try to cook outside during this cold snap and to be honest, my grills and smoker get little if any use in the winter.
I think you said GA?

I also do not like fall off the bone ribs. My wife does. LOL The rolls? Are they Bridgeford Parker House frozen dough rolls? I love them. You must oil them up and let them rise, but they are terrific! Just a guess. They look like it.

Anyhow, beautiful job.
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Very nice Paymaster. Where do you live? I could not. I mean would not try to cook outside during this cold snap and to be honest, my grills and smoker get little if any use in the winter.
I think you said GA?

I also do not like fall off the bone ribs. My wife does. LOL The rolls? Are they Bridgeford Parker House frozen dough rolls? I love them. You must oil them up and let them rise, but they are terrific! Just a guess. They look like it.

Anyhow, beautiful job.
Yes GA. Don't know about the rolls. I just do the outdoor cookin part.
I cook in all kinds of weather.



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Looks great! Wish Karen liked brisket. I made one once but that was not something she liked.
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Old 02-02-2019, 02:44 PM   #10
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Great job, look's good.........
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