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Brisket flat… Texas twinkies #8375588 09/05/21 05:44 PM
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Decided to cook just the flat for some chopped sammiches and Texas twinkies today. Started last night at around 11:30pm. 13 hours and 28 minutes later it was very tender with a probe so I pulled it, wrapped in pink paper and towels and now it’s resting in a cooler for a few hours.

No idea how it will be, I’ve never split a brisket before. Might be a win, might be a fail. I can guarantee I’ll never split another one again.

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Re: Brisket flat… Texas twinkies [Re: BigPig] #8375621 09/05/21 06:21 PM
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Sounds like a plan. I like to use a chuck when I'm just gonna chop it.


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Just to make sure that it is done thoroughly, I go both ways.

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Looks great. Would . food


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Looks delicious ! food

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Re: Brisket flat… Texas twinkies [Re: TexFlip] #8375651 09/05/21 06:47 PM
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Originally Posted by TexFlip
Sounds like a plan. I like to use a chuck when I'm just gonna chop it.


I’ll remember that for next time up


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Re: Brisket flat… Texas twinkies [Re: BigPig] #8375653 09/05/21 06:57 PM
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Originally Posted by BigPig
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Sounds like a plan. I like to use a chuck when I'm just gonna chop it.


I’ll remember that for next time up


Its legit.


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Sounds like a plan. I like to use a chuck when I'm just gonna chop it.


I’ll remember that for next time up


Its legit.

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Just to make sure that it is done thoroughly, I go both ways.

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Twinkies were great. Cream cheese with cheddar cheese, brisket, thick cut bacon, seasoned with Holy Cow.

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Originally Posted by bigbob_ftw
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Originally Posted by TexFlip
Sounds like a plan. I like to use a chuck when I'm just gonna chop it.


I’ll remember that for next time up


Its legit.



Yep.

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Bet it's great ! texas


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Originally Posted by BigPig
Twinkies were great. Cream cheese with cheddar cheese, brisket, thick cut bacon, seasoned with Holy Cow.

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splain the cooking process on the twinkies if you would. looks primo!

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Originally Posted by Poppa
Originally Posted by BigPig
Twinkies were great. Cream cheese with cheddar cheese, brisket, thick cut bacon, seasoned with Holy Cow.

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splain the cooking process on the twinkies if you would. looks primo!


Smoke a brisket. Chop some of it. I cut the top 1/4 of the jalapeño off if I’m only doing a few so they hood more filling. Combine cream cheese and sharp cheddar, place in the jalapeño, top with chopped brisket, wrap in thick cut bacon, place on grill. I like the fire to kiss the bacon but not engulf it.


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Originally Posted by BigPig
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Twinkies were great. Cream cheese with cheddar cheese, brisket, thick cut bacon, seasoned with Holy Cow.

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splain the cooking process on the twinkies if you would. looks primo!


Smoke a brisket. Chop some of it. I cut the top 1/4 of the jalapeño off if I’m only doing a few so they hood more filling. Combine cream cheese and sharp cheddar, place in the jalapeño, top with chopped brisket, wrap in thick cut bacon, place on grill. I like the fire to kiss the bacon but not engulf it.

Try thin cut bacon and back on smoker for another hour. You won't be disappointed. Only thing I use thin cut for.


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Just to make sure that it is done thoroughly, I go both ways.

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Originally Posted by TexFlip
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Twinkies were great. Cream cheese with cheddar cheese, brisket, thick cut bacon, seasoned with Holy Cow.

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splain the cooking process on the twinkies if you would. looks primo!


Smoke a brisket. Chop some of it. I cut the top 1/4 of the jalapeño off if I’m only doing a few so they hood more filling. Combine cream cheese and sharp cheddar, place in the jalapeño, top with chopped brisket, wrap in thick cut bacon, place on grill. I like the fire to kiss the bacon but not engulf it.

Try thin cut bacon and back on smoker for another hour. You won't be disappointed. Only thing I use thin cut for.



Roger that.

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Yes, definitely thin cut for wrapping, and getting properly done. Thick cut doesn't wrap well, and the peppers are usually mush before the bacon is done!!

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Depends on how you like your bacon. I tend to use thin bacon for wrapping too, but mostly for the others who eat it. I like my bacon chewey, not crisp.


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Originally Posted by redchevy
Depends on how you like your bacon. I tend to use thin bacon for wrapping too, but mostly for the others who eat it. I like my bacon chewey, not crisp.

If you smoke it low, even thin won't get too crispy.
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Just to make sure that it is done thoroughly, I go both ways.

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Originally Posted by TexFlip
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Depends on how you like your bacon. I tend to use thin bacon for wrapping too, but mostly for the others who eat it. I like my bacon chewey, not crisp.

If you smoke it low, even thin won't get too crispy.
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Originally Posted by TexFlip
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Depends on how you like your bacon. I tend to use thin bacon for wrapping too, but mostly for the others who eat it. I like my bacon chewey, not crisp.

If you smoke it low, even thin won't get too crispy.
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Originally Posted by TexFlip
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Twinkies were great. Cream cheese with cheddar cheese, brisket, thick cut bacon, seasoned with Holy Cow.

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splain the cooking process on the twinkies if you would. looks primo!


Smoke a brisket. Chop some of it. I cut the top 1/4 of the jalapeño off if I’m only doing a few so they hood more filling. Combine cream cheese and sharp cheddar, place in the jalapeño, top with chopped brisket, wrap in thick cut bacon, place on grill. I like the fire to kiss the bacon but not engulf it.

Try thin cut bacon and back on smoker for another hour. You won't be disappointed. Only thing I use thin cut for.


Thin was the plan, until I opened the fridge. confused2 Had to use what I had. When I use thick cut I grill it, let the flame kiss the bacon. It develops a very slight crunch but is still very much a soft bite that’s easy to bite threw, pepper is still crunchy


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