Help with a brisket

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Help with a brisket

Post by ETarrant » July 28th, 2017, 3:21 pm

I have cooked many briskets I just have never cooked 19 pounds I have a party on Saturday wondering what you guys think as a good cook time I know that an hour a pound is roughly the case does this sound about right thanks

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Re: RE: Help with a brisket

Post by ETarrant » July 28th, 2017, 3:57 pm

ETarrant wrote:I have cooked many briskets I just have never cooked 19 pounds I have a party on Saturday wondering what you guys think as a good cook time I know that an hour a pound is roughly the case does this sound about right thanks

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I will be cooking on a UDS between 225 and 250

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Re: Help with a brisket

Post by Rodcrafter » July 28th, 2017, 4:38 pm

That size will be pretty cramped in a UDS but it will be fine. I would say if you trimmed it and use the TX crutch it should be done in 12 hours


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