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Old 08-04-2018, 11:19 PM
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Default Brisket on a Weber kettle using a Slow n Sear

I finally did a cook today using my Slow n Sear from Adrenaline BBQ. Basically it's a charcoal basket with a removeable water trough. The heat can get high for searing or control it for low cooking. I decided to do a brisket flat to break it in. 9lbs choice flat from costco with a simple rub, no injection. Took roughly 8 hours to cook. I wrapped at around 175 and then pulled at 200 for a cooler rest before slicing. It worked very well, while the build in lid thermometer was reading between 300 and 400 degrees, the probe I had on the grate near the meat stayed between 225 and 250. I did add a few coals around hour 5 or so but that was more because of the charcoal I was using. Kingsford Professional works pretty good but it creates a very thick ash. So in a basket like holder the ash won't fall through and will choke the fire. My temp started to drop so I stirred the ash and added a few coals. I aslo did ribs on my Traeger renegade. I've always done ribs a "comp" way by wrapping them halfway through the cook. This time I just cooked them uncovered the while time. Took about 4 hours to complete and they were great. Ill def work on this some more and see about doing a comp this way...

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Default Re: Brisket on a Weber kettle using a Slow n Sear

I always poured a can of beer and some water in the pan before firing up.
If you aren't wrapping the meat, you get some nice convection action going with the drippings.

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I always poured a can of beer and some water in the pan before firing up.
If you aren't wrapping the meat, you get some nice convection action going with the drippings.

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The slow n Sear has a water well in it for just that. It holds about 2 quarts and make a good heat sink too. It almost used up that 2 quarts in the 8 hours.

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Looks awesome! I've got the version 1 of that thing, been using it for a year and love it. With steaks, I get almost sous vide like results, except you need thermometer in the meat and you can't leave it like you can in the sous vide.

It's a good product! They have a FaceBook page you can follow which gets a lot of traffic.
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