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Old 03-28-2009, 12:48 PM   #11
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thought I might mention...... Be aware that a "slow cooker" has heating element is on the bottom ONLY, and this can lead to sticking and uneven cooking; a ceramic "crock pot" usually has elements running up the side, and, if not, the ceramic serves basiccaly the same purpose. lower temp. cooking equals longer but more even cooking.......... some will argue, I'm sure, but this is my expeience...........
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Old 03-28-2009, 01:01 PM   #12
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Okay;;
batteries are charged, and pics are in.........

this one will go for the pulled beef............


and this one is for the corck-pot....

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Old 04-19-2009, 03:13 PM   #13
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i bought 6 full size uncut briskets @ .98 cents a lb.
rubbed them down day before
got the smoker up an running and then @ 8pm friday night briskets went on
cook for 1 hour and flip cook for another hour
these 2 hours are the most important time
smoke time
keep the temp around 200 to 225
and keep the smoke going

took alot of pictures soon to post them
then at 930 am saturday morning
they reached temp
185 to 190
let them rest for 1 hour then begin slicing

pics on the way

and i use nothing but Mesquite wood
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