Smoking a  Beef Brisket – Foodie Friday

Smoking a Beef Brisket – Foodie Friday


barbecue: that fundamental expression of
high quality low and slow outdoor cooking made with Old Hickory made in
backyards all across America for over 700,000 years we’ve been cooking meat
with smoke and fire this practice has been essential to the evolution of our
species and has helped us develop into the most dominant species on the planet
that species known as mankind today happy trails hiking presents beef
brisket made with cheap water smoker and a $20 controller. yes! it’s so easy a man
cave man can do it temperature control is essential we are
using the willhi WH 1436A to control the heating element
and keep the temp at 230 degrees Fahrenheit prep is simple trim some fat
rub with freshly ground black pepper and kosher salt
maintain low and slow cooking until the brisket is 150 degrees wrap it in foil
with a brown ale to add moisture and flavor bring the temperature up to 200
degrees then let it rest for two hours slice and enjoy thanks for watching
share this video with a friend who appreciates barbecue

16 thoughts on “Smoking a Beef Brisket – Foodie Friday”

  1. Low and Slow! Right on Matt “Man Cave Man”! Now I’m sooooooo hungry!🤤🤤🤤🤤

  2. Greetings guys!!! here to watch now!!!! thats voice over at the start is amazing!! Since i have not had my dinner yet, this makes me hungry!! good eats you all!!!

  3. Yes… I can smell and taste it over here… Awesome! I so want to try this, thank you for the "cliff note" version of the recipe. Going in my private vault. 🙂

  4. Love your narration Matt! Jim likes to smoke meat on his pellet grill to drive the downwind boat neighbors nuts 😂
    His new cooking gadget is a Sous Vide – it’s amazing!

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