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Here are my results today with the Norco stove top smoker and a 3 lb brisket point. I did it for 30 - 40 min in the Norco then finished in a saute pan in the oven as explained in http://netcookingtalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=24947
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Just giving this a kick. Why> It's summer, It's been on my mind.

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Although I like smoked brisket, not everyone in the family does, so I don't make it that way. Now pork butt/shoulder is a different story! Whether, smoked, Cuban style or Cochinita Pibil, etc., it is very versatile.
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Brisket was on sale this weekend (at a mere $5.99/lb!), but I haven't had one in awhile, so I got a nice little 5 pound flat.

Boy, did my backyard smell great all day!

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Well, I had a 2.7 pound chunk of top round London Broil in the freezer that I wanted to get rid of, and it was a nice day to smoke, so I experimented: I used the "First Place Brisket" method on it.

The smoker held rock-steady at 225.

Hmmm. The meat wasn't tough, but dry. I made a gravy from some of the Rick's Sinful Marinade and Wondra, which helped.

But I wouldn't do it again.

The ABT's with my garden jalapenos were excellent, though! And I smoked the remaining 5 pieces of bacon (not shown) with and hunk of cherry wood.

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