So I got a meat slicer for my birthday last week and I wanted to give it a test run before the 30 return policy expired and since it was purchased the day after Thanksgiving...I had to get my rear in gear. A while back the Dude Abides made some pastrami on his B-day from an already corned beef and so I decided that I would give it a shot. I got a 3.5 pound corned beef brisket from the local market and soaked it for about 8 hours in the fridge changing the water every two hours. I made a rub of coriander, black and white pepper, brown sugar, mustard seed, paprika and a pinch of kosher salt. I refrigerated it for a few hours: Threw it on the offset with some apple wood. And smoked it for about 10 hours until it reached 165. Pulled it from the smoker and left it to rest. It sliced up real nice on the new meat slicer: Thank you Dude for the inspiration and thank you to the rest of you for checking out my Qview.