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    Brisket pictures

    enjoy! we did.....
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    Re: Brisket pictures

    and one more with bacon cornbread and slaw
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    Re: Brisket pictures

    Wow!! What did you use to smoke it? I just picked up my Vision Classic Ceramic Kamado smoker a few days ago from Costco. I'm just waiting for my pool to be finished, so I can start learning how to smoke with it!!! Can't wait...
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    Re: Brisket pictures

    Now your making me hungry ...yes what are you smoking on?

    Quote Originally Posted by Killer95Stang
    I just picked up my Vision Classic Ceramic Kamado smoker a few days ago from Costco.
    How much was it and how big is the cooking area?
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    Re: Brisket pictures

    Quote Originally Posted by linen

    Quote Originally Posted by Killer95Stang
    I just picked up my Vision Classic Ceramic Kamado smoker a few days ago from Costco.
    How much was it and how big is the cooking area?
    600 sq inch cooking area counting both tiers

    $550.00 in store at Costco... I had $600.00 in Costco / American Express cash back, so it really cost me nothing!!

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    Re: Brisket pictures

    Quote Originally Posted by Killer95Stang
    600 sq inch cooking area counting both tiers

    $550.00 in store at Costco... I had $600.00 in Costco / American Express cash back, so it really cost me nothing!!
    Nice Let us know how you like it.
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    Re: Brisket pictures

    Can we come over now?
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    Re: Brisket pictures

    That was made on my Komodo Kamado......

    Not inexpensive, but built to last.

    The brisket was a 18 full packer cut. Measuered a good 24+ inches wide.

    I made it without the "texas crutch" this time to maximize the bark. Pretty much followed Chris Lilly's recipe.

    thanks for your interest
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    Re: Brisket pictures

    Man that is awesome looking!!

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    Re: Brisket pictures

    Looks nice! What did you do with the chopped point?
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    Re: Brisket pictures

    I ate it.....lol

    both as sandwicbes and right off the plate. It was cooked extra 1.5 hours with a little bacon grease after chopping for the last 30 mins.
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