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#12753549 - 05/13/18 11:41 AM Re: Time to wrap the brisket [Re: Gamblinman]
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Registered: 01/15/07
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Loc: Sanger,Texas
Originally Posted By: Gamblinman
Looks very good.

I like to loosen the wrap when I let it rest after cooking, letting the bark dry and harden some before slicing, but that's just a personal preference.
Thanks for the tip. I'm still a newbie. I'll do the next brisket that way and see.
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#12757742 - 05/16/18 12:00 PM Re: Time to wrap the brisket [Re: Bobcat1]
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Registered: 12/21/01
Posts: 6582
Loc: Scurry, Tx - S/E of Dallas
My briskets have been good the last couple of years since I started smoking them for 2 to 4 hours. Then I pull them off of the smoker and put them in a dish wrapped in foil with Beer, worsterchire sauce and some spices to cook all night in the oven on low heat. Then I pull it out and wrap it in a towel and set it in an ice chest for an hour to rest before pulling it out and slicing and covering it with the juice.
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#12761580 - 05/19/18 11:19 AM Re: Time to wrap the brisket [Re: Bobcat1]
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Loc: Irving, Texas and Cedar Creek
Looks Yummy food

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