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    Time to go check your charcoal. Dang it was windy today so it fanned the fire and it burned faster than I wanted.
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    The fire is ready, but before we add the coals we need to add the wood chips,. I used apple wood today. In a smoker like this, there is no deed to soak the chips, simply add them to the charcoal basket and stir it up a bit.

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    Scotchman 275LT Cold saw
    Milwaukee Portaband
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    Now throw your chimney of coals on top, give it a quick stir to even out the coal bed and close the lid.

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    (OLD) Rockwell Delta 16 Speed drill press
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    Rub your brisket with the maple syrup first. You don't need a lot, it is there to seal the meat, hold the seasonings on, and it will caramelize along with the brown sugar on the outside making a nice crust. Salt, pepper, and and add your paprika to each side. Then, rub in the brown sugar. I use a good bit of brown sugar, probably 1/3 - 1/2 a cup per flat. it goes on fast. Make sure you get all sides

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    Back to the smoker. At this point your fire should be settling down,. As soon as I add the coals to my smoker I close the lid and close down the dampers to help it settle faster. In this pic you can see the smoke is the right color... Oh wait you say you can't see any smoke. Well that's the point. If the smoke is white, keep waiting for it to settle down. When it is a thin blue color then it's ready. But you will never be able to see the blue color on a bright sunny day so as long as you can't see it, you are good.
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    Once it has settled for 5-10 mins I hook up my temperature controller. I could not do cooks during work days without my temp controller. I can set it and forget it for many hours. I have left it alone for 12+hours and it kept the temp. I set the temp at about 210 for this session. I had intended to set it at 200 but it looks like I left it at 210.
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    Throw your brisket on.

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    I like to use these Bear paws when handling big hunks of meat, putting it on the grill and taking it off.

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    Scotchman 275LT Cold saw
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    JET HVBS-710SG 7x10-1/2 inch Geared Head Mitering Horizontal Vertical Bandsaw
    Evolution Rage 3 Dry saw
    (OLD) Rockwell Delta 16 Speed drill press
    29 Gal. air compressor with water trap and desiccant dryer

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    Drive back to work. Work. Go get the kids at the babysitter. Arrive home at 5:54. DONE!! Actually you need to check the meat for the proper internal temp. You cannot cork according to time. Well, you "can", just not as good. Use an instant read thermometer. Oh and make sure it is both accurate and fast. Cheap ones take 3-5 mins to read and in that time the charcoal has flared up to over 300 degrees and is overcooking your meat and making it tough. Better still use a Maverick to monitor your food internal and grill temp in real time from anywhere in your house. I have 2 of them.

    But still I was aiming for 200 degrees internal temp. When I got home it was a little high at 212. Oh well. I took it off immediately.
    Check it out though!!
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    Thermal Arc 186 TIG/Stick
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    Longevity Forcecut 42i
    Scotchman 275LT Cold saw
    Milwaukee Portaband
    HF 4x6 bandsaw

    JET HVBS-710SG 7x10-1/2 inch Geared Head Mitering Horizontal Vertical Bandsaw
    Evolution Rage 3 Dry saw
    (OLD) Rockwell Delta 16 Speed drill press
    29 Gal. air compressor with water trap and desiccant dryer

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    I wrapped in in some aluminum foil right quick, wrapped a towel around it and stuck it in a cooler to rest for 30 mins.

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    Thermal Arc 186 TIG/Stick
    Lincoln SP-180T with spool gun
    Lincoln Electric Powermig 256
    Longevity Forcecut 42i
    Scotchman 275LT Cold saw
    Milwaukee Portaband
    HF 4x6 bandsaw

    JET HVBS-710SG 7x10-1/2 inch Geared Head Mitering Horizontal Vertical Bandsaw
    Evolution Rage 3 Dry saw
    (OLD) Rockwell Delta 16 Speed drill press
    29 Gal. air compressor with water trap and desiccant dryer

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    The final product. Oh yeah, you can see how moist that is. See the moisture coming out of the meat. See how it glistens. Oh wow so good... Sorry I can't share it with you. But if you follow this recipe, you will taste exactly what I am tasting.

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    Justin

    Thermal Arc 186 TIG/Stick
    Lincoln SP-180T with spool gun
    Lincoln Electric Powermig 256
    Longevity Forcecut 42i
    Scotchman 275LT Cold saw
    Milwaukee Portaband
    HF 4x6 bandsaw

    JET HVBS-710SG 7x10-1/2 inch Geared Head Mitering Horizontal Vertical Bandsaw
    Evolution Rage 3 Dry saw
    (OLD) Rockwell Delta 16 Speed drill press
    29 Gal. air compressor with water trap and desiccant dryer

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    For the US members: Time to remember our fallen heroes today.
    My father served 3 tours in the Vietnam war as a helicopter pilot rescuing pilots and aircraft that were shot down. He died of complications related to agent orange 8 years ago.
    I am grateful to all those who have given their lives to make this country as safe as it is today. Truly the US has its problems, but living daily in fear of our lives is not one of them.
    What are you thankful for today?

    It's also a great day to have some BBQ. This is happening right now.

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    Thermal Arc 186 TIG/Stick
    Lincoln SP-180T with spool gun
    Lincoln Electric Powermig 256
    Longevity Forcecut 42i
    Scotchman 275LT Cold saw
    Milwaukee Portaband
    HF 4x6 bandsaw

    JET HVBS-710SG 7x10-1/2 inch Geared Head Mitering Horizontal Vertical Bandsaw
    Evolution Rage 3 Dry saw
    (OLD) Rockwell Delta 16 Speed drill press
    29 Gal. air compressor with water trap and desiccant dryer

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