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    Memorial Day Brisket

    I just got back from Memphis in May World BBQ Championship which is a pure pork event. Shoulder, Ribs, whole Hog.

    So felt like BEEF for memorial day (ok i made some ribs too)

    14 pound whole packer with flat and point, injected, rubbed and slathered then cooked without the texas crutch(foil) verrrrry slowly on my Komodo Kamado at 210-220 for 20 hours then the point went back on for 1-2 more. Over charcoal and applewood.

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    This is the point, which is the fattiest (read most delicious) part that requires a bit extra cooking.
    It is that hump of muscle underneath and to the right in the top photo.

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    Re: Memorial Day Brisket

    Nice bark!
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    Re: Memorial Day Brisket

    Any time a Texan compliments me on my brisket I....

    I cooked it super slow with no foil, just for that bark!
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    Re: Memorial Day Brisket

    BTW, I did live in South Florida for several years and y'all can crank out some good food.
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