First Brisket

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I am doing my first brisket in my Traeger Timberline 1300. Trimmed and seasoned with Meat Church rubs. Will be smoking at 190 overnight then wrap in the morning. To be continued!
 

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Lookin good! How much does it weigh?
 

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Good luck....looks great so far!!!!

Mine took about 13 hours, but it was worth the wait 🙂
 
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Just put it in a cooler. 16.5 hours. Internal was around 200 and it probed tender. We will see how it comes out around 1:30 eastern time.
 

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I did a Snake River Farm brisket which pre-trimmed was 15.5 lbs. Probably trimmed 2 lbs off. I also separated the point and flat for the first time to make burnt ends.

Put it on at 4pm at 225 Super Smoke. I was getting worried it was cooking too quickly dropped it to 210 at 10pm. Put it back to 225 at 6am. Wrapped at 8am at 160-165 internal. Hit 200 at 12pm (20 hours) and rested for four hours.

One of the best I have made. Probably will not separate though next time.
 

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