Winter Smoking A How-to Guide

Smoked Brisket

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A whole beef brisket – the point and the flat – is a large piece of meat usually weighing eight to 16 pounds that can take 12 to 20 hours to cook. By using the flat instead of an entire brisket the cooking time is greatly reduced, making it a good choice for winter cooking. (This recipe does require advance preparation.)

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Winter Smoking: A How-To Guide

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    By Mike Stines, Ph.B   Recipes: Smoked Brisket Cajun-Style Roast Chicken Roasted Root Vegetables Roast Pork Sirloin This is Part 1 of a Two-Part Series on Wintertime Outdoor Cooking. Part 2 is here. For those in the northern climes, smoking season ends with the arrival of cold weather. A lot of folks pack up their grills and smokers …