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 Post subject: Re: Brisket?
PostPosted: May 6th, 2010, 1:05 pm 
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Thanks for all the quick replies. Bob, I would love to attend one of these classes but the 16 hour trip is a little out of range right now. Hopefully some time down the road I will be able to attend. I am smoking a 16lb wagyu brisket for mothers day and wanted to make darn sure I had everything in order for this expensive piece of meat. Here in the Mississippi delta of Missouri most teams compete with Backwoods. I have had a lot of luck with their smokers in the past but I prefer a dry heat for my brisket recipe. The last two comps I have received a lot of comments on this new smoker. Most folks around here have never seen one of these smokers so I am trying my best to represent the Stumps Nation with good results. This will be my 11 brisket attempt on stumps and this time I will be sitting at the same table with my judges....

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 Post subject: Re: Brisket?
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Ok...here is the big secret I learned from Forrest last year in Valley when I was his pit BANNED WORD...Inject everything with buttermilk!

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 Post subject: Re: Brisket?
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WardensQ wrote:
Thanks for all the quick replies. Bob, I would love to attend one of these classes but the 16 hour trip is a little out of range right now. Hopefully some time down the road I will be able to attend. I am smoking a 16lb wagyu brisket for mothers day and wanted to make darn sure I had everything in order for this expensive piece of meat. Here in the Mississippi delta of Missouri most teams compete with Backwoods. I have had a lot of luck with their smokers in the past but I prefer a dry heat for my brisket recipe. The last two comps I have received a lot of comments on this new smoker. Most folks around here have never seen one of these smokers so I am trying my best to represent the Stumps Nation with good results. This will be my 11 brisket attempt on stumps and this time I will be sitting at the same table with my judges....


How have your stumps briskets faired in the comps?

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 Post subject: Re: Brisket?
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smokinajs wrote:
Yeah mike, go on and tell us how you cook that Brisket in Barnesville dude. I am listenin and I got my notebook ready too. LOL

Buster, It was only 6th place brisket...1st place I could understand the notebook...
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If I could just get my sales pitch down as good as DARK COUNTRY I'd have it made!
Maybe Valley will be a first place for me.

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Mike that is one fine looking brisket you have there. I wish I could get mine to look anywhere close to that, but heck I have all summer to work on it.

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 Post subject: Re: Brisket?
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Briskets scores
19 of 41
29 of 36

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fresnoed wrote:
Mike that is one fine looking brisket you have there. I wish I could get mine to look anywhere close to that, but heck I have all summer to work on it.

Thanks Ed, It is my favorite meat to cook!
I cooked my first one about ten years ago on my weber 22" kettle. Steven Raiclens(sp) book how to grill had a great basic rub and mop sauce. no foil, no even temps, no thermapen...basically I had no clue except what I read in his book. Prolly the best brisket I ever cooked.

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 Post subject: Re: Brisket?
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WardensQ wrote:
Briskets scores
19 of 41
29 of 36

Not D.A.L.
You will get it down. Trust your stumps and let it do its thing!

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 Post subject: Re: Brisket?
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I would imagine it is a blast to go compete in these contests that you go to. I have always just been a backyard griller and just took up smoking about three years ago. My neighbor at the time and I used to grill almost everyday, and then he went out and bought a WSM 18" model, did some ribs on them and then I got hooked. I bought my 18" WSM about a month later, than a year later I bought the 22" WSM and we did some pretty big cooks during the summer, but just never anything along the lines of competition. When I was looking for a cabinet style cooker and came across the Stumps site, it was a no brainer for me. Now that I have this smoker I plan on lots more weekend BBQ gatherings and hopefully will keep my guests full and happy.

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 Post subject: Re: Brisket?
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No panned brisket for me. Sometimes I place a pan on lower rack beneath brisket to catch some drippings...and only sometimes do I wrap at all except a light tent in pan when resting.

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