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Rosh Ha'Shanna Smoked Brisket Feast

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    Rosh Ha'Shanna Smoked Brisket Feast

    It's a Jewish American tradition that brisket is served for Jewish New Year (Rosh Ha'Shanna). Usually, it's braised in a sweet-ish, oniony broth that's...fine. This year, I decided to try my first brisket on the PBC as part of my family's holiday dinner. We're a small family, so I got a 5lb flat from my local Stater Bros. Could have hoped for a little more marbling, but it was a nice piece of meat. Click image for larger version

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    A generous coat (maybe too generous?) of BBR minus the chile, and in to the barrel.
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    The PBC did its usual thing for me:
    I used the 15-10-10 method and it ran hot. Over 300 by my probe for the first three hours at least. I got panicked, paying too much attention to the ambient temp in the barrel and not enough to how the cook was actually going. Plugged the holes, worried and tinkered, and like always, the PBC just did its thing and gave me a great cook.

    I hit the stall kind of hot - around 180, but had a beautiful bark when I pulled it.

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    Wrapped and finished in the oven until 202 and it was gorgeous. A little lean but not dry at all. 9AM when I put it in the barrel, 3PM when it went in the faux cambro.
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    Served with a round challah and home-made matzoball soup. I made the broth with chicken leg bones and used the meat next day for satay. Happy New Year everyone!
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    #2
    Happy New Year back to you.
    That whole spread looks delicious.

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      #3
      Dang. Waste not want not. Good use of the leftover meat off the bones. Ambient temp, schmambient schmemp. That flat looks right

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        #4
        Nice smoke ring too.. lots of good flavors there. This time of year I'm always Jewish until I go pagan for Halloween, then Christian for Christmas.

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          #5
          שנה טובא

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            #6
            Wishing you a great Holiday!!

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              #7
              A beautiful meal for the new year. L'Shana Tova.

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                #8
                Great job.

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                  #9
                  Nice job! PBC, PBJ, PBC!

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                    #10
                    What a beauty of a cook. Happy New Year. May it be filled with safe and joyful days.

                    Kathryn

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                      #11
                      Very nice! Happy New Year!

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                        #12
                        Feliz Año Nuevo

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                          #13
                          Wow...All looks totally Awesome! Happy Rosh Ha'Shanna!

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                            #14
                            Nice cook. Happy New Year and may you and your loved ones be written into the The Book of Life for another year of health and prosperity.

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                              #15
                              Hey neighbor. I love me some Matzo Ball Soup. I remember stumbling into the 24 hour Jewish deli’s after a late night. A cup of Matzo Ball soup alongside a plate of lox, eggs and onions scrambled. Ah good times.

                              happy new year!!
                              Last edited by TripleB; September 26, 2020, 12:44 PM.

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