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    Cooking Help - Need good recipe for a 5 pound Brisket

    I purchased a 5 pound Brisket. My options are a charcoal grill and or an oven.

    I am cooking it tomorrow (sunday)

    School me, its my first one.



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    Mmmm Brisket! Sorry no recipe but I really want some now!!
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    Whatever I do I will update this thread and put in what I did. But I hope to get some help!



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    I read where a cook said he put the brisket in the oven the last two hours because the oven has a more even heat..... but I can't remember if he said he took off the aluminum foil or put it on when it went into the oven.. Have a wonderful time and enjoy your dinner, just remember to smack your lips and lick your fingers clean.

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    I am thinking of trying to follow this if noone here has any ideas.

    http://www.amazingribs.com/recipes/b...s_brisket.html



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    That looks delicious. let us know how it turned out.

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    Well, Here is what I am doing....

    Its 7:30am

    I pulled the brisket out of the refridgerator.

    I will put rub on it and put it on the grill after church.

    Next step will be around 9:30. I would love to start earlier, but.

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    Good going Brian... please remember to post the wonderful smell and pictures when it comes off the grill.

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    I might be 100 percent incorrect on this, but its what I am trying. I put all the charcoal off to one side. I do this when smoking and thats what I am trying to do to this. I did not trim any of the bottom fat as that will happen once it comes off the gril and gets cut up.

    My rub was salt, garlic and weber steak seasoning.



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    I read to keep the fatest side on top.

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