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3rd Brisket Ever/The Most Redneck Thing I've Done Ever

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  • tbob4
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    They aren't getting Prime. I love them and all but....

  • customtrim
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    tbob4 thats funny they prefer choice or select reduced for quick sale over prime

  • tbob4
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    I love the story and the photos! Believe me, when it comes to BBQ they always looks at you a little askew! The dogs never judge. Some day I am going to cook them a whole brisket like customtrim because of it.

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  • wfo_0607
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    Looks good! I have a picture somwhere where we salvaged a bonfire with a tarp. By the time the rain was through The logs were on fire floating!

    I'm from NW Indiana...Hello Neighbor!

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  • EdF
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    Nice work, Jed! Good ingenuity. And hey, at least you didn't have your neighbor get in a fight with your wife and call you Sanford and Son!

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  • kmhfive
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    No experience with the WSM, but the brisket looks beautiful! A brisket is done when it's done. I have found that the rest-time is what's really important.

    As for redneck, good start! I grew up in Mississippi and the tarp looks like a great call for the rain we're getting this week!

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  • Skip
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    Very good job on the cook HJS . As long as your wife and her family are happy, that's all that matters! Keep it Low and Slow!!

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  • Paulie Brisket
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    Awesome story! Well done

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  • DWCowles
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    Beautiful!

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  • Nuke em
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    Well sir, good job....however....if that's the most redneck thing that ya ever done.....then you sir, are now a yankeee....
    please don't be offended.
    When ya put a couch, under the tarp, a fishing pole, and a fold up cot and the family under it, with the dogs tied to the kiddo (so the kiddo don't wander off), then ya just might be a redneck.
    Had a blue tarp one time that I used for a roof of my dune buggy when I got caught in a rain storm going from the general store. Sat on it and held it up on top of the windshield. Very versatile piece of plastic. They are like duck tape. Ya coulda wrapped the brisket in the tarp for the Cambro ya know.
    again, mighty fine job

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  • Shane Rakow
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    The ladder balanced on top of the 2 coolers was a fine touch! Probe tender for me. 203F is just a number. All briskets are different. Boftx nailed it with cambro.

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  • Raider Kevin bbq
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    My kind of cooking beer and blue tarps (:

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  • gcdmd
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    Your ladder and tarp rig was a fine example of southern engineering. Hopefully, the weight of the water in the tarp didn't pull one or more of those blocks down onto someone's head.

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  • SMO
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    I've done the blue tarp to HJS I am just starting with a ceramic cooker but the brisket is my goal this summer. Thanks for the the write-up, it will help when I give it a go. One question, what beer should I use!!

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  • HJS
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    Thanks everybody, going to start checking for probe tender in the biggest part of the flat at 195 from now on

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