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Ever since the full packer experience, I’ve been wanting to try a brisket flat. Finally had the time!
Weighing in at 5 pounds, and $4.99/lb at Costco, this was about a $25 cook. At bottom are a number of links where you can find the tools of the trade that made this relativley LONG cook a success (remote thermometer, slicing knife, Traeger Century 22, etc). Let’s get started …
We consider the BBQ Trinity: Ribs, Brisket, and Pulled Pork. Once you’ve mastered all three, you’ve got a lifetime of great BBQ ahead of you 🙂
Over the next few weeks, we’ll be posting videos of each one, sharing tips and tricks from our cooks.
First up is pulled pork. Here are the basics on a 6 pound pork butt we picked up at Costco:
I took the opportunity of the first three day weekend of the year to try my hand at a full packer brisket. A “packer” contains both the point and flat.
Weighing in at 16 pounds, and $2.99/lb at Costco, this was by far the most ambitious (and expensive) cook yet! Video below shows all of the basic steps in the recipe. At bottom are a number of links where you can find the tools of the trade that made this LONG cook a success (remote thermometer, utility knife, Traeger Century 22, etc). Let’s get started …
Recipe below the fold…
Some like it hot! So we finally broke down and wrote out our smokey, spicy, and HOT dog recipe for you all. This is a great weeknight delight. Easy to make. Can be done in as little as 30 minutes. And if there are any leftovers, these hold well for a lunch the next day (toppings on the side). Without further ado…
Give your chicken some wood-fired sizzle and kick with this recipe! We love our fajitas with a hint of hickory smoke, but you can go with more or less, depending on your preferences. We also like that restaurant-style sizzle! Here’s how to make them at home on your Traeger or pellet grill…
Photo Credit: Todd Anderson @ToddNAnderson
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