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    Not bad for the first time

    I did a brisket in my Brinkman smoker;
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    The rub could be a little more refined, but it'll do.
    Too bad you can't share smell on the interwebz.

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    Looks good! What rub did you use? Also, did you brine that or start with a plain brisket? I ask, because it looks more like a Pastrami.
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    HEY,,, but a real nice smoke ring...Do you mustard rub first or honey?

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    No brine, just a plain brisket. It was a spur of the moment thing. I was walk through Costco and saw a brisket, and said why not. By the time I got home, I just grabed a mccormick steak rub that was in the spice cabinet. Not bad but kind of peppery, and since all of it stuck to the meat in the smoker, it's just a bit more than I would like. The smoke ring is smaller in the center part of the meat. Still taste pretty good. I think this will take more thought than chicken or ribs.

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