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Re: Brisket Time.


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Posted by Barbecrew on July 14, 2011 at 10:41:41:

In Reply to: Brisket Time. posted by Rollin Smoke BBQ on July 14, 2011 at 09:20:46:

I would guess 10-12 hours at 250 with that many... if you wrap them after 6.5 to 7 they should be at about 150 degrees and then shoot up to 198 within a few hours. rotate them and put a thermometer in them after wrapping.. if you arent seeing the temp rise fast enough, shoot some more heat on them. just pull them at 198 and let them rest in a cooler. Mmmm they sound good already. Slice it up.. put em on a bun with some sauce. Do some fries on the side adn sprinkle rub on them too.


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