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Home Made Sausage, Cured, and Smoked Meats

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Briskets pulled after 7.5 hours and moved to oven at 170. I put some of pio's finishing sauce and covered pans wit foil. Cooked really fast. I usually cook at 225 and trim lightly. This time I cooked at 250 and removed almost the entire fat seperating the point and flat, as well as trimmed fat cap much more aggressively. We shall see the results in a few hours. I will leave in oven at 170 for at least 2 hours before cutting or eating. Here is the one bitch in the house demanding brisket now damnit.

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Don't get cocky, I should have said to myself. I slightly overcooked this one. Still taste pretty damn good, but I can't stand not nailing it. Always use a damn remote meat thermometer. When I first checked the temp it was already around 210.

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I've never done a brisket. Maybe I will use my mandatory time off to try it. (I wanted to make homemade corned beef, but I don't have the fridge space.)
 

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I've never done a brisket. Maybe I will use my mandatory time off to try it. (I wanted to make homemade corned beef, but I don't have the fridge space.)
Do it! It's all about the quality of meat so find a prime brisket. If you're not confident, try it on a choice brisket first.
 

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You guys get your meat locally? or order online?
 

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Locally from a variety of vendors. I don't think I've ever ordered grilling/smoking meat online.
 

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You guys get your meat locally? or order online?
I’ve ordered Pat LaFrieda online before. It was total fucking garbage. I wouldn’t order online unless it was basic cheap cuts. If you want nice prime or dry aged stuff by locally.
 

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I agree it's best to buy local, but you can get some good deals on wagyu online. I've used snake river farms, and will probably order some A5 from crowdcow in the near future since I don't want to drive 100 miles to get it.
 

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Someone in my neighborhood put their charbroil kamado to the curb. I have wanted a kamado and i know the charbroil isn't a ceramic but I've figured it's a good entry point.

However it's a bit too far to walk it and being used i don't have a way to transport it gracefully....decisions......
 

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Someone in my neighborhood put their charbroil kamado to the curb. I have wanted a kamado and i know the charbroil isn't a ceramic but I've figured it's a good entry point.

However it's a bit too far to walk it and being used i don't have a way to transport it gracefully....decisions......
Rent a person to help.
 

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