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The grill here doubt myself about prime beef brisket and so with this brisket is going to be doing something on the green mountain grills Daniel blowing pellet smoker that I haven’t done with a brisket yet which is a straight 225 hook I’m going to be before I this is the night before by the way before
I smoke it I’m going to be injecting it with two cups of beef broth half a cup of apple cider vinegar quarter cup of washing sauce and 1 tablespoon of beef rub I’ll be using that grow mates Monterey steak grower out here and so basically tonight what I’m gonna do I’m gonna unpack it I’m going to trim off some of the fat and silver skin I’m gonna trim the fat cap to about a quarter inch and score like waffles I’m going to this rub that fat cap side with some of that rub then I’m gonna flip it do the injection and then I’m going to rub the meat side with the rub and I’m gonna let it set overnight wrapped in the fridge overnight just cover it not wrap but just cover it in the fridge overnight but I’m gonna go ahead start getting things prepped here okay I just want to give you a look at it before I start trimming at all that such just got about the cryo bag so this is fresh out the cryo bag you can see the meat sides got a substantial amount of fat on there then we’ve got our fat cap side there which of course is pretty fatty so I’m going to just go ahead and start prepping this and I’ll bring you back once I have it all run down and inject it and all that good stuff alright so the brisket is now all trimmed and didn’t inject it and I have to say with all the fat that had to be cut off that this is probably more like an 11 pound this brisket noun than a 14 pound brisket but going to cover this up put it in the fridge let it sit overnight I’ll bring it out early in the morning let it rest for maybe an hour or so and show you then as I get the smoker warmed up so I’ll bring you back in the morning all right so our briskets been sending out almost an hour and so it’s you know getting up to a nice temp for grilling and I’m gonna go ahead and stock my grill up so I’m already connected to the grill and I hit power and confirm then I gonna set temp to 225 degrees since it’s going to be a nice 225 degree cook and I’m also going to while we’re here give you the weather report for today and the current temperatures 71 degrees RealFeel 77 degrees the humidity is 82% when speed is one law per hour at the moment and later today it’s going to get to a high of 92 degrees real feel of 98 degrees percipitation probability is 0 percent during the day only two percent tonight when gusts are only going to get up to it max 6 miles per hour so this is a perfect drilling day for me it’s just gonna be partly sunny later today so that’s a perfect grilling day and so I’m gonna go ahead let the grill continue to warm up and when I bring you back you’ll see me Lord willing pulling this brisket on the grill all right start this brisket fat side down or no cut side up sorry that sign up for two hours.
I’m gonna flip it this is the meat side got that injection moon all in it a little piece there didn’t make it okay so on the grill I’ve got a profile that I’m gonna use for this cook sounds like the birds are ready to enjoy my cook here alright so select profile go down to the when I make a full brisket 225 and gonna go ahead and start their profile now confirm it and just to talk you through these steps of profile as I mentioned gonna be two hours fat side up and step one starting after two hours I’ve just got kind of a 15-minute intermission for me to flip it to fat side down and insert the meat probe but after I flip it fat side down insert the meat probe I’m gonna let it continue to cook at 225 degrees Fahrenheit until the internal meat temperature reaches 190 degrees Fahrenheit after that I’ll put it in the touches cheat or touches crunch if you you know you’re naming preference for it and I’m going to put it in some butcher paper this time I’m not gonna wrap this one in foil like others put in some butcher paper take about half a batch of the injection mixture pour it over it close that butcher paper up around the brisket and leave it in there until the meat temperature get somewhere between 195 and tool to somewhere now be testing and poking with the meat probe to see if it you know goes in and out nice and smooth after it gets over 195 but somewhere in there I always pull them so usually a minimum of 195 and usually the max I think I’ve gone to is maybe 2 or 2 or 2 or 3 with any brisket so somewhere in there it’ll get tested and pull anyway gonna let this continue rolling bring it back later ok so two hours have passed and so we’re gonna go ahead and flip it get the meat probe in there [Music] the meat just go stick their meat probe inside here deep in there well slippery [Music] right that’s pretty good so gonna leave that in there too left meat gets up to about 190 it’ll be a Texas cheek Texas crunch time all right now that I flipped it over I got that meat probe and I just wanted to show you the attempt currently is just that 80 degrees so we got about another 110 degrees to go I’ll bring you back later when we get there all right so it’s a little after 10 p.m. we started this adventure of putting this on the grill at about 7:30 a.m. or so so it’s been almost 15 hours smoking at 225 just 190 degrees so I’m going to wrap it in butcher paper put about a half of the injection mixture over top of it and wrap it up tight alright so there we have it after almost 15 hours of smooth about 14 and a half hours of smoking wrap it up all right so we got it wrapped up so I’m gonna close it up like that probably just gonna let it run till about when they pop and start test poking so I’ll bring you back when this is good and done and then after that we’ll take it in do the cutting and taste testing on all right sometimes a little bit after midnight so total time that it’s been in the pellet smoker has been almost 17 hours total so go ahead and poke test of it folks and okay you’re gonna put it in cooler for a couple hours before taking it up and cut and taste test I’m gonna go ahead now all right coach Justus is it 195 degrees I get to the butcher paper drill poking real smooth go ahead and figure alright so after spending about 17 hours on the smoker or two and the cooler here it is and just pull it out the cooler there was just a little bit of meat that got kind of caught coming out but gonna go ahead and just slice it open and let you see inside of it slices – very smooth here’s the smoke ring if you’re able to see it see if I can slice do this literally see if I can show you up closer look without without dropping it sorry did you see there I’m just going to tell the way a slice here for the sake of taste testing I need to get myself up sleep really quick plate all right let’s take this piece here you just separate that from your fat there so you’re not eating any fat in the taste test but you can see the ample smoke ring there so just gonna plate that get the camera adjusted around and do taste test all right so it’s about 2:30 a.m. here so I’ve got the bed clothes on but here’s our brisket really like that smoke ring and just do it taste here super tender juicy tastes good you taste sup smoke in there very good brisket so basically up to 25 the Green Mountain grills Daniel and pellet smoker just go on straight through 25 and smoking through it does a good job.