First attempt at a packard brisket !

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Was wondering the best way to do a 17 lb brisket ? I have a Costco version of the Traeger pro 34.
 

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he likes Cosco too.... Same guy as above in the 12 mistake vid BTW
 

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Was wondering the best way to do a 17 lb brisket ? I have a Costco version of the Traeger pro 34.
Just did a 18lb on the weekend
Followed the Texas recipe with some minor tweaks
Iron wood650. Stalled 140-142f
Turned up to 230. Broke the stall, and finished the instructions from that point on at 230
19.5 hours plus 1.5 hours resting

No one needed a knife
 

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Was wondering the best way to do a 17 lb brisket ? I have a Costco version of the Traeger pro 34.

Just for the educational piece, in case it wasn't a title typo;

"A whole brisket (know as a packer brisket) is not typically stocked at your neighborhood grocery store. Packers are large hunks of meat that the average hot-dog grill master will never cook in their entire lives. "

Just so you are talking correct BBQ lingo :geek:
 

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