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Discussion in 'Beef' started by alelover, Jan 15, 2011.
DAY 5 - Leftovers
Gonna steam it for 1.5 minutes.
Sammies with Scalloped Taters.
I could handle some of that.... Awesome Smoke Ring...
Wow! Great job Scott! ... making me hungry. Excellent smoke ring.
Love the jalapeno poppers. What is in the filling? We use cream cheese mixed with shredded colby jack. Never thought about cutting the peppers in half. We usually "T split" and fill the hollowed out inside.
I'll take a plate just like yours Scott !
Making me hungry. I got a packer in the freezer now. Sure would like some of yours to hold me over.
Do have a question about your smoker. Noticed a pretty good size baffle you have that feeds heat/smoke down that low in the chamber (I need to modify my baffle somehow). What kind of temps did you run during that smoke ?
Bee-yoo-tee-full!!! I had to keep checking the title.. that's your FIRST brisket??? man! don't see how it could look any better!!
Looks good. I have one on the smoker now. Its my second one. The first didn't turn out so great.
What was the final internal temp you cook to for briskets? What about other beef roasts?
Wow! Great job alelover! Killer smoke ring and the meat looks fantasic!
What is the cocoa for? Does it make the bark darker? Plus if that is your first brisket then you nailed what so many have tried to do for years. I do bar-b-que cookoffs, ican tell you now just on presentation you would place. Keep smoking
Man that brisket looks good!
I had cocoa braised short ribs at a fine dining establishment once and it was really good. Thought it be good in my rub. It was.
I've done a lot of brisket and that looks very good. Nice job!!
Brisket looks super!
But what happened to the bird nest?
Good luck and good smoking.
Spare the girl, it all
Great post I love your work. When it gets to what we call winter down here Im going to follow your lead & try a brisket .Not sold down here that I have found I will keep looking.
mighty fine looking brisket you got there. Excellent smoke ring
Wow and wow! That's some outstanding looking brisket (only hope my first will be as good as yours turned out). The cocoa powder was a nice touch, like coffee it enhances the flavor. Congratulations on an awesome smoke!
You mean to tell me that was your first brisky...lol that looks darn good!