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    SnP'd SnS'd Brisket...chopped....

    Little 10 pounder to chop up. Got it going at 0430. 10 hours in she was well barked and ready to wrap. Internal was 152. I was running 225, amped the Auber up to 275 when I wrapped. It got there in no time.

    I got 3 hrs 30 minutes at 275. It dropped down to 260 at 13 hrs 30 minutes and she was done.

    Buns, little sauce to moisten things up....

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    #2
    Nice!

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      #3
      That looks awesome!

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        #4
        I just dumped the B & B in, way too early to be stacking briquettes.

        Salt and Pepper wasn't bad, but I prefer the Big Bad Beef Rub. Leave the Salt and Pepper for the steaks.

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          #5
          The Brisket King has struck again...looks great Jerod Broussard I also have a 10lber that I'm doing this weekend. Never had chopped brisket before so I just might chop that baby up.

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            #6
            DWCowles, Jerod Broussard, You Fellas are Intiminating this old Country Boy, I think I will start buying Left Overs from Famous Daves! Dan

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              #7
              Wait, Jerod Broussard is eating his own brisket?

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              • Ernest
                Ernest commented
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                It's from a cow but you know what I mean...

              #8
              I use a 12mm grinder plate and try to feed flat with point.

              SwampDonkeyzBBQ knows what I am talking about. He's done PLENTY.

              It was a pretty good Select. Not being too thick made it not so bad.

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              • SwampDonkeyzBBQ
                SwampDonkeyzBBQ commented
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                That grinder makes it too easy. Good looking cook Brother!

              #9
              Looks awesome as always.

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                #10
                Wow. Looks guuuuuud!

                Kathryn

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                  Jerod Broussard Click image for larger version

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                    #12
                    Uh oh, DW found the pixel increase in Microsoft Paint!!!!

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                    #13
                    Jerod Broussard = Briskethead. The Brisket master.😎

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                    • Jerod Broussard
                      Jerod Broussard commented
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                      Wannabe, wannabe....

                      But trust me, nothing hooks people like chopped brisket sammiches, especially if you get them things barked up plenty. Bark with every Bite.

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