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    David & Goliath

    I am cooking tomorrow and I find myself with an 18.5lb brisket and an 11.5lb brisket. They fit just fine side-by-side in my YLW. I have done all large briskets and all small briskets but I have never cooked large and a small at the same time. I only need the small one for dinner tomorrow. I considered splitting the flat and point on the larger one; there's plenty of grate room to do so. But I am leaning toward just cooking them whole side-by-side, then when the smaller one is done I will just wrap the larger one (if I have not done so already) and stick it in the oven.

    Does this seem like a reasonable plan? My brain says yes but my gut says I am missing something that's going to trip me up.

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    Sounds like a plan, though depending on the thickness you may be surprised how little difference there can be in cooking times.

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      You are right; I am surprised They are cooking dead on the same. I have the larger one farthest away from the door where it is a bit hotter.

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    How'd they come out?

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