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Smokin Jon

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Second Brisket on the 3D
« on: August 28, 2020, 02:19:48 PM »
This is the second brisket on the 3d

Brisket 16.38 lb.
Rub:  12 hours prior to cooking
Smoker Temperature: 220F set temp.  229 on probe next to meat.
Time cooked: 14.25 Hours unwrapped the entire cook
Time rested: Wrapped in foil and rested 3 hours
Internal Temperature: Pulled at 203F - Probe tender
Wood Type: Western Premium Pecan chunks
Amount of Wood: 7 oz.
Taste:  Very good taste.  No acrid taste since the wood did not combust and create thick yellow/white smoke. 
No smoker burp this time.

Really love this smoker for it's ease of use, ease of cleaning.
This smoker allows me to enjoy my sleep while it does the work!
Smokin Jon

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Re: Second Brisket on the 3D
« Reply #1 on: August 28, 2020, 05:43:18 PM »
Hey I like that new digital model! I have the older 3D and like the look of this. Someone recently mentioned the use of a third temp probe and that threw me a bit.

But, now I see how its all working together!

Great brisket by the way!!!
Jeremy in NM
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