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New smoking smoker #6909927
10/05/17 05:24 PM
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I'm the proud owner of a 30" Masterbuilt Electric Smoker! I did my first BBR's and a very small brisket Sunday and they weren't bad for a first time.

I'm going to Costco today to get some more of each. In doing some reading, instructions on how to do it seem all over the board. I think I'm going to try....

Brisket - Rubbed and racked @ 225 until internal temp reaches 150, then wrap it tight in unwaxed paper until 205 internal temp and call it done?

BBR - Rubbed and racked @ 225 for approx 4 hours, no wrapping?

What do ya'll say?

Charlie

Re: New smoking smoker [Re: CharlieCTx] #6909941
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Sounds like you got it going on, enjoy up


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Originally Posted By: Stub
Sounds like you got it going on, enjoy up


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Ribs 2-2-1 or 2-1-1




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3-2-1 on the ribs for me seems to work out perfectly every time.

on the brisket, smoke until it hits 160-165 (stall), then wrap until it gets to 200 (it will continue to rise a few degrees) wrap in a towel and into an ice chest to rest an hour or so, it will reabsorb juices and be moist & tender.


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Originally Posted By: PMK
3-2-1 on the ribs for me seems to work out perfectly every time.

on the brisket, smoke until it hits 160-165 (stall), then wrap until it gets to 200 (it will continue to rise a few degrees) wrap in a towel and into an ice chest to rest an hour or so, it will reabsorb juices and be moist & tender.
This is my methods to the letter!


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Originally Posted By: PMK
3-2-1 on the ribs for me seems to work out perfectly every time.

on the brisket, smoke until it hits 160-165 (stall), then wrap until it gets to 200 (it will continue to rise a few degrees) wrap in a towel and into an ice chest to rest an hour or so, it will reabsorb juices and be moist & tender.


I like to wrap in brown butcher paper.



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Those masterbuilts are pretty good lil smokers. I have the 42inch Propane smoker from them. Works like a charm and easy temp control. I have only smoked ribs and a whole chicken on it so far. let us know how the brisket come out.

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Also...if you go to their website. Take a look under their Dadgum Good recipe section I believe is what they call it. Some tasty recipes to try!

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Originally Posted By: bigbob_ftw
Originally Posted By: PMK
3-2-1 on the ribs for me seems to work out perfectly every time.

on the brisket, smoke until it hits 160-165 (stall), then wrap until it gets to 200 (it will continue to rise a few degrees) wrap in a towel and into an ice chest to rest an hour or so, it will reabsorb juices and be moist & tender.


I like to wrap in brown butcher paper.
Me too Bob but mine is kinda reddish brown.


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I too have the reddish brown paper.

Did my Costsco run and got 3 racks of BBR's and they only had monster briskets, so I'll get smaller one at Tom Thumb or somewhere. I did also get a Pork Belly to try my hand at some burnt ends.

On the BBR's, season and mustard up tonight or do what instead... ? Brisket prep?

Charlie

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Well, I was pretty pleased with the weekend...

Pork Belly on Sat came out great!




Sunday, one rack of Salt/Pepper BBR's and one rack of bbq spiced rub BBR's all were awesome.



I'm really diggin' this smoker thing.

Next weekend, will be Brisket, sauced BBR's and might give some of Stub's stuffed Jalapeno's a go, those looked awesome.

Charlie

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You have a cover for it? If you keep it outside.

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It's under a patio cover/roof. I did also buy one of these covers.

Smoker cover

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Originally Posted By: Stub
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I would recommend getting an oven thermometer to monitor actual ambient heat. Mine was off by 20 degrees so I had it set at 225 it was cooking at 205.


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I bought the cold smoking box for mine and love it! I use pellets and it makes great bacon and bbq of all kinds. 1 tub of pellets last about 6-7 hours and its easy!!! I still love my stick burner for sure but nothing like setting the temp and time before work and coming home to cooked bbq.


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Originally Posted By: booger
I bought the cold smoking box for mine and love it! I use pellets and it makes great bacon and bbq of all kinds. 1 tub of pellets last about 6-7 hours and its easy!!! I still love my stick burner for sure but nothing like setting the temp and time before work and coming home to cooked bbq.


got one too. love to cold smoke cheese.



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Have had my MBS for several years, replaced a few parts here and there but it still works great, and nice to have in the winter time.

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