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Smoking A Brisket On This Chilly 75 Degree Day In Phoenix

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Trying out a new rub and saving 2lbs for chili the rest for slicing.

 

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I go brisket, then chuck roast for shredded beef sandwiches then pork butts then ribs....i like ribs but they are too much work to eat lol

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Mmmmmmmmm...............

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Butts..... 12 hours.... slow smoked( As y'all know).... I prefer mesquite but Hickory Is durn good also...... On the rare occasion I grill chicken I have always been partial to smoke them with peach.

 

On a different note, when I go home to see family on the coast, I truly love to smoke some Bluefish and fry roe of some sort. I serve that with stone ground grits, fried cornbread, greenbeans, and either beer of tea. 

 

Edit: The rub of choice for me Is Corky's out of Memphis or a store bought brand called Buttrub.

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Sounds tasty. Whens dinner?

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Lol thanks guys. That thing stalled forever I put on at 8am and it finished at 10 pm smoked at 250 all day on pecan. First time using that. Next time I do pork I'm using peach. No finished pics because I was knocked out when it finished resting and just sliced and went to bed Lol.

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You can wrap with butcher paper and it helps with the stall and keeps the bark.  I also only use fruit woods, apple & peach mainly, with pork and with beef i am a fan of mesquite.

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"Chilly 75 Degrees"????????

 

You mean when it gets to 75* in Phoenix it is chilly?

 

And I am in Richmond, Virginia with ice, snow heading our way and below freezing temperatures at night.

 

"Chilly 75 Degrees."

 

That is just not plain fair.

 

You all in Phoenix enjoy that weather.

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