Never-mind that there may be inches of snow on the ground, you'll be digging out your grill or smoker once you read this mouthwatering brisket recipe! Cooking brisket may be time consuming but the wait is well worth it when you add a touch of coffee rub to that decadent slab of meat.
Recipe and blog written by Joe Leal, @theketogrillguy
Pro Tip: Briskets are all about internal temp and not time. Some briskets smoke for 8 hours and some are 18 hours. Normally I smoke them around 275 degrees Farenheight in either a charcoal grill or pellet smoker. I then wrap them in butcher paper when the internal temp is about 175 degrees. I consider the brisket done at around 200 degrees internal.
Shopping for brisket: I prefer black angus brisket. Sometimes they'll need a decent amount of trimming when you bring them home. I try to remove that fat cap on the brisket down to about 1/4 of an inch.
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- Ferris West Coast Blend Coffee
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