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    Cool Brisket Cook Time Question

    I am smoking brisket in my 1100 this weekend, but here is my problem. I have 4 cuts of meat. (1) 4# (2) 7# and (1) 8#. I know its an hour a pound plus 2 hours, but that applies to a single piece right? Any ideas on how I should time this? Thanks!

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    Cut the 3 larger pieces in half so they are all roughly the same weight. Rotate the pieces a few times during the smoke. If you run short of time finish everything in your oven.

    Curt

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    ctimmer has the right idea....however...never cook by TIME...always cook by temperature...you will be much more satisfied with the results!!!!!!!!!

    BillBob
    "IT'S 5 O'CLOCK SOMEWHERE"

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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyBob View Post
    .always cook by temperature
    BillBob
    I had assumed that point - the oven will help speed up the cooking process.

    Curt

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