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    Been cooking for quite a few years but figured I would drop in and say hello. Got a black grad wagyu brisket in the refrigerator to put on the smoker tonight and let it ride low and slow. Going to use the rendered fat and put it on the butcher paper when wrapping.

    How is everyone else doing!!!
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    Welcome to The Pit.

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      #3
      Welcome from Tennessee! That sounds awesome! I've never tried anything Wagyu yet. Let us know how it turns out!

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      • MAE247
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        Ive done plenty of steaks from snake river wagyu wise. I will post in the other foums and let everyone know!

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      Welcome from Colorado ...

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        #5
        Well Hello, and Greetings,
        From NW Oregon,

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          #6
          Welcome to the Pit!
          Cheers from Norway

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            #7
            Welcome from Virginia! What part of the state are you from?

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            • MAE247
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              Central. And you?

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            Welcome from Maryland

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              #9
              One of them guys huh? Nice bark on yer avatar! Welcome, eat good and have fun!

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              • MAE247
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                One of many guys haha

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              Welcome from Minnesota.

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                #11
                Welcome from the California Delta. I how done a few black grade briskets from SRF. Always have turned out great, even the one I let run to long and it turned into pulled brisket.

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                • MAE247
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                  did you notice it needed to be pulled around the same temps as a prime grade?

                • ofelles
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                  I find they usually finish at a lower temp. Start checking at 190. mine are usually tender by 195. The one I mentioned above rqn until 205 by accident.

                #12
                Howdy from Kansas Territory, Welcome to Th Pit!

                Lookin forward to learnin along with, an from ya!

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                • MAE247
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                  Not sure about learning from me haha

                • Mr. Bones
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                  MAE247 "Everbody brings summat good to Th Table, Amigo!" is how I was raised, an what I perpetuate, in my interactions with others, here...

                  I've no doubt ya know some cool stuff we'uns might not know, jus yet, an vice-versa...

                  Through th friendly, free exchange of ideas an experiences we have here, all benefit.

                  I have no doubt, yer contributions will be worthy, helpful, an useful!

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                Welcome from Oz, you will like it here

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                  #14
                  Welcome from Farmville, Va...

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                  • MAE247
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                    only an hour from me.

                    Love the downtown Farmville area!

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                  Welcome to the Pitmaster Club. We are happy to have you here. Thank you for the support. It is good to hear from you.

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