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  1. Thread: 3 briskets

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    718 FINISHED PRODUCT 1 BOTTLE STUBBS SPICY 1...

    718
    FINISHED PRODUCT
    1 BOTTLE STUBBS SPICY
    1 BOTTLE BABY RAY SPICY
    mixed together.
    https://photos.app.goo.gl/YCvYdKGRtasSvYqg6
    ttps://photos.app.goo.gl/YCvYdKGRtasSvYqg6
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    717 End result before slicing. Largest of the 3...

    717
    End result before slicing. Largest of the 3 was 6.5 lbs.
    14 hour cook. My only regret is the market trimming way too much.
    https://photos.app.goo.gl/D9BKaaUK87q7mnyt6
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    Yes, guess these should feed 12 people when...

    Yes, guess these should feed 12 people when complete. It's for a wedding shower for his daughter, still, next time I pick and pay me later.
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    719 So knowing where I live, you don't wanna...

    719
    So knowing where I live, you don't wanna sample?.... LOL
    Discussion was 3 packer trim, guy shows up with 3 trimmed briskets, never again, either I buy them or I don't cook em.
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    716 https://photos.app.goo.gl/V43HSfMuFv3HKdA6A

    716
    https://photos.app.goo.gl/V43HSfMuFv3HKdA6A
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    Got em on, how I post a pic?

    Got em on, how I post a pic?
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    My mistake, going on Thursday evening

    My mistake, going on Thursday evening
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    Well I understood it so we are on the same page,...

    Well I understood it so we are on the same page, cooking starts tomorrow night
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    Recoup time when saucing

    I have a 4 lb chicken in the Tex 1400, when I open the door to sauce and I'm about 20 degrees from done, how much time or temp is affected?
  10. Thread: 3 briskets

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    I have the cook planned in about a week, I'll...

    I have the cook planned in about a week, I'll report back on results.
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    Basically as thread states. Season, lightly dust...

    Basically as thread states. Season, lightly dust with cornstarch, temp just shy of 250, 3 hours.
  12. Thread: 3 briskets

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    3 briskets

    Your thoughts on cooking 3 briskets, average weight if 10 lbs each. Using a 1400. How long should I expect the cook to take. I'm guessing 13 hours.
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    smoking cheese

    i have done this lots of times and always works great. Nothing better than making an alfredo sauce using smoked pepperjack.
    Everyone has their own technique, heres mine that works for me
    I use two...
  14. Thread: Rubbery Skin?

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    yes the cornstarch works great, i never used it...

    yes the cornstarch works great, i never used it on whole bird but i did use it on cut up bird, separate the wings from breasts and legs from thighs, it works fine.
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    not just a beer but a cold beer....

    not just a beer but a cold beer. Noooooooo..............I dont wanna own a restaurant right now, I just wanna see how much food I can tear up at someone elses expense.......LOL. Send me an email so...
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    ONE LAST POST ABOUT THIS CONVO AND IM CHANGING...

    ONE LAST POST ABOUT THIS CONVO AND IM CHANGING THE SUBJECT..............LOL
    No one is better than anyone, the day I cannot learn something regardless if the person is 70 or 7, I need to hang it up....
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    BillyBob, certainly not interested in a push and...

    BillyBob, certainly not interested in a push and pull, I have been cooking for 35 plus years in restaurants, certified through the American Culinary Federation, have competed nationwide in culinary...
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    there is different packages of the stuff and one...

    there is different packages of the stuff and one states it is MSG free. I agree with you about not using it, its not that it enhances the flavor but rather it dialates your taste buds which makes...
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    Brewmaster.......all purpose seasoning and dusted...

    Brewmaster.......all purpose seasoning and dusted with cornstarch
    I am in Lafayette. I am interested in the Mies product that was mentioned above our post.
  20. Thread: Rubbery Skin?

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    rubbery skin can be attributed to over brining if...

    rubbery skin can be attributed to over brining if that makes sense. Poultry especially chicken should not be brined more than 12 hours. Another factor is your low temp, if you smoked your chicken at...
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    Hardage, honestly and Im speaking from my own...

    Hardage, honestly and Im speaking from my own experience, I would foil a brisket using other cookers but using the Smokin Tex, being its so well insulated I dont see a reason to foil. I cooked a...
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    who is Mies and does it have the cornstarch in it?

    who is Mies and does it have the cornstarch in it?
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    Wheelz, I agree on making a note about the temp....

    Wheelz, I agree on making a note about the temp. A brisket is safe to pull at 190 degrees on up to 210 degrees, after that its just a mush or getting dry depending on what part of the brisket your...
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    chicken wings were dusted with cornstarch, cooked...

    chicken wings were dusted with cornstarch, cooked at 225 degrees for 4 hours. Wings came out crunchy, I hate rubbery chicken skin, looks anemic......LOL

    Brisket, I followed someones tip on here, 1...
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    Crispy Chicken Skin

    Hoping this picture shows up. Crispy skin on wings is achieved by lightly dusting it with cornstarch. Cooked at 250 degrees for 4 hours.
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