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    you people really, really suck at reading comprehension.
    Ugh. Stupid people piss me off.

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    I got confused after punkin spice
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2thDoc View Post
    you people really, really suck at reading comprehension.
    meanie

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2thDoc View Post
    dont listen to these people. a flat isnt easy to cook and stay moist bc it doenst have the fat cap the a whole brisket has.

    I did some googling once (other than porn) and found that a lot of flat cookers use a can of beef broth when it rests. I BGE'd a flat once and put it in a glass dish with a can of broth on it for an hour or so. without the fat, the broth made it easier to slice than shred. either way, I bet that ate just fine.

    Try taking off earlier OR using a can of broth during the rest.

    and good on you for not trying the pumpkin spice.....
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    Yes: put it in a glass dish with a can of broth on it for an hour or so. without the fat, the broth made it easier to slice than shred. either way, I bet that ate just fine.
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    It's not so much that the flat doesn't have a fat cap, it doesn't have any fat within the meat (marbling). It is 100% lean.
    I actually trim most of the fat off my whole briskets (not all of it, but all the hard fat, leaving about an 1/8 inch or so of the soft mushy fat under it.
    I use a rule Myron Mixon taught years ago, "if the fat is hard, cut it off, only the very soft fat aids in cooking.
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    Looks great, not sure what it is but smoking a brisket is like the crown jewel of smoked meats

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    Iím glad yíall like brisket. If Iím gonna smoke something, itís gonna be a part of a pig. As long as there are still ribeyes on a cow, I wonít be wasting any money or time on briskets......


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    Smokin pig brisket is made from Angel tittys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FEETDOWN View Post
    I’m glad y’all like brisket. If I’m gonna smoke something, it’s gonna be a part of a pig. As long as there are still ribeyes on a cow, I won’t be wasting any money or time on briskets......


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    Quote Originally Posted by FEETDOWN View Post
    I’m glad y’all like brisket. If I’m gonna smoke something, it’s gonna be a part of a pig. As long as there are still ribeyes on a cow, I won’t be wasting any money or time on briskets......


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    YOU DAMN RIGHT!!!!!!!!!! 12/hrs for a tough ass piece of meat. Just damn
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    Not to worry I am capable of grilling pork

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    And whole hog

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    Quote Originally Posted by DRDUCK View Post
    YOU DAMN RIGHT!!!!!!!!!! 12/hrs for a tough ass piece of meat. Just damn
    My brisket is moist and tender as can be. Probably the best stuff you can put between two pieces of bread with the right sauce on it.
    Cows > Pigs all day and I am a pig cooking fool
    Here are my last whole hogs I did at PT's cook shed, I am in the mood to cook another, I just need a reason and a place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tater View Post
    Smokin pig brisket is made from Angel tittys.
    This is truth!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ceddy View Post
    This is truth!
    Willytown location has the best IMO. The one in Sandy Springs just isn’t the same. I’m about 2 miles from the one in Williamston so every Thursday I’m in there getting my fix.

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    You spelled Woompston wrong......


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    Quote Originally Posted by MacDog View Post
    Willytown location has the best IMO. The one in Sandy Springs just isn’t the same. I’m about 2 miles from the one in Williamston so every Thursday I’m in there getting my fix.

    Eating there tonight, headed to Woodmont to broadcast the Westside/Woodmont game and we always got to eat on the way.

    Most times I get the brisket and probably will tonight

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    Now whole hog is another story. My favorite
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacDog View Post
    Willytown location has the best IMO. The one in Sandy Springs just isn’t the same. I’m about 2 miles from the one in Williamston so every Thursday I’m in there getting my fix.


    Had their brisket Friday night on way to broadcast game at Woodmont, DAMN it is tender and great. I think all 4 of us had the brisket .

    Not much on SMP pork bbq, Circle M is my favorite. Just wish Marion would offer brisket, has done some but tells me he is never happy with it

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