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Thread: I found a way to beat the heat!!

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    Senior Member denise d's Avatar
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    Decided the best way to beat the heat is smoke some meat! If you can' beat em, join em!!

    Smoking a brisket, making mac n cheese (with a great Dubliner cheese). Going to head to the pool.

    All in all, it is going to be a great day!!!!!


    8-)

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    we just bought a smoker and we smoked a brisket but it did not come out that great, do you happen to have a good brine recipe or do you just put a rub on it? would love to use the smoker this weekend but am afraid of smoking another icky tasting brisket...

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    I like the way you think

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    Quote Originally Posted by denise d
    Decided the best way to beat the heat is smoke some meat! If you can' beat em, join em!!

    Smoking a brisket, making mac n cheese (with a great Dubliner cheese). Going to head to the pool.

    All in all, it is going to be a great day!!!!!


    8-)
    When is dinner? I don't want to be late :mrgreen:

    Jan in VA

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    Senior Member denise d's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by fabrichore
    we just bought a smoker and we smoked a brisket but it did not come out that great, do you happen to have a good brine recipe or do you just put a rub on it? would love to use the smoker this weekend but am afraid of smoking another icky tasting brisket...
    I make a rub. Usually, brown sugar, salt, paprika and a bunch of other stuff.

    How long did you smoke it for? What kind of wood did you use? Usually, I smoke with apple and cherry woods. Smoking is something that takes a bit of practice, so don't be discouraged.

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    Sounds good! Have fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jan in VA
    Quote Originally Posted by denise d
    Decided the best way to beat the heat is smoke some meat! If you can' beat em, join em!!

    Smoking a brisket, making mac n cheese (with a great Dubliner cheese). Going to head to the pool.

    All in all, it is going to be a great day!!!!!


    8-)
    When is dinner? I don't want to be late :mrgreen:

    Jan in VA
    Around 1730 or so... whenever we are done at the pool and the beer gets chilled!! :D

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    How far are you from Louisville? I might just come over for dinner! Sounds great!

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    Senior Member denise d's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by collady
    How far are you from Louisville? I might just come over for dinner! Sounds great!
    I am quite a few hours from Louisville. :( Come on over though!!!! LOL


    BTW, maybe I am onto something with the smoking thing. It is beginning to cloud up. Still hotter than Hades, but getting cloudy!! :)

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