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    Re: Super Bowl Brisket

    That looks amazingly delicious, SuperDave! Wow! It triggered my appetite.

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    Re: Super Bowl Brisket

    Mind if I lick the cutting board clean?
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    Re: Super Bowl Brisket

    Rested and sliced. Now onto the sandwiches.

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    Re: Super Bowl Brisket

    I bet its smelling good in the hood! Do you wrap in paper, or foil?

    We are going to do some ribs later today.

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    Re: Super Bowl Brisket

    Ill be sure to check back for the finished product!

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    Super Bowl Brisket

    The brisket for Super Bowl Sunday is officially underway.

    Trimmed and mustard rub.



    My rub is Wild Bill's Great Basin rub, garlic powder, onion powder, kosher salt and black pepper.



    The brisket gets injected with beef broth concoction. I now smoke with the fat cap down and cover the non fat cap side with some fat trimmings to render into the meat.



    Plan is to put the brisket on about 11:00 to midnight tonight with some hickory, oak and apple.

    2003 Jetcraft SK215
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