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Brisket On The Bronco…My Best Ever?

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    #16
    Welcome to the B&B and prime brisket club!

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    • Panhead John
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      I’m sold!

    #17
    Looks like your neighbor cook a brisket. We all know, that was not your results. ūüėú

    great cook!

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    • Troutman
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      Actually I think 58limited cooked the thing and gave it to PJ to post

    #18
    I need to get some B&B charcoal, I’m not a fan of kingsford for a long cook. Thank you for sharing that tid bit as well!

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    #19
    Very nice John!! Question about finish temp, did you take it all the way to 203 or is that where it probed tender? The results are all that matters, and I might be splitting hairs, but I haven't had a prime brisket hit 200 before it was PT. Usually PT's around 197 - 198.
    Last edited by CaptainMike; October 18, 2021, 09:11 AM.

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    • CaptainMike
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      Haha!!, Jiggly is good! How did Mom like the brisket?

    • Panhead John
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      She didn‚Äôt get sick, so I guess she liked it. ūüėā She‚Äôs not a big meat eater these days, but she liked it.

    • 58limited
      58limited commented
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      That is actually how I tell when a brisket is done and I tell my friends who ask: "When it jiggles like Jello its done."

    #20
    Forget the brisket for a moment, I just wanna know one thing. When did you grow a beard??

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      #21
      Everything looks great, but you left out the PBR.

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      • Panhead John
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        Sorry my friend, no PBR allowed. Only Coors Light!

      • bbqLuv
        bbqLuv commented
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        Coors Light and beer do not belong in the same sentence.
        I would suffer with Coors Light just to taste your BBQ'd Brisket.
        I mean I would bite the "Silver Bullet" just for you.

      #22
      Panhead John
      Sorry my friend, no PBR allowed. Only Coors Light!
      You and my wife. what am I gonna do with the two of you?

      Nice brisket cook, even if you are a Coors Light drinker. And you're totally right about the Pit upping our game. It's been a huge impact, for sure.

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      • Panhead John
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        Laugh all you want Eric. When Stacy meets me and discovers I drink Coors Light…you’re history! She will soon leave you and move in with me….in my van down by the river.

      • ecowper
        ecowper commented
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        Panhead John oh god, please don’t tempt her

      • Tomaron
        Tomaron commented
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        I wouldn't advocate Corrs Light, but it still is beer (just about) and it does work in a pinch. Like if you have absolutely no other beer whatsoever!
        Besides, Oktoberfest have just been, why not order some Paulaner Oktoberfest!

      #23
      Thanks for bringing us along for the cook. Looks like we had a good time.

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      • Troutman
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        I didn’t, there was no free beer given out

      • Soonerpop
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        But even if, it would have been a light beer. Why even bother to drink one of those? It‚Äôs not real beer by definition if it has an adjective describing its lightness before ‚Äúbeer‚ÄĚ. Blue and Ribbon are the only adjectives needed. Give me a yellow-belly Coors Banquet, please.

      #24
      Congrats on the nice brisket.

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      • Panhead John
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        Thank you sir.

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