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Lazy man's brisket and pork shoulder.
« on: December 21, 2017, 03:28:25 pm »

So I have been smoking for a few years now.  I don't have a real smoker just a Weber smokey mountain, which I really like.

After doing the late night 12-14 hour smokes for briskets and pork shoulders, I decided to smoke them for 6-7 hours, double wrap them in redneck Xmas paper and put in fridge for next day.

Next day comes, take them out, stick maverick temp probe in them and stick in oven till they get to 200 - 205 degrees.  Have to say they are not too bad, course you don't have the pink ring but you still get the char on the outside and I don't have to lose sleep.

Anybody else to it this way? 
Would love to hear how you guys do your briskets and pork.
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Re: Lazy man's brisket and pork shoulder.
« Reply #1 on: December 24, 2017, 01:44:01 pm »

do it all the time. smoke for several hours and finish in oven overnight for lunch the next day. I've never refrigerated without completely finishing it though
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Re: Lazy man's brisket and pork shoulder.
« Reply #2 on: December 24, 2017, 03:52:44 pm »

So I have been smoking for a few years now.  I don't have a real smoker just a Weber smokey mountain, which I really like.

After doing the late night 12-14 hour smokes for briskets and pork shoulders, I decided to smoke them for 6-7 hours, double wrap them in redneck Xmas paper and put in fridge for next day.

Next day comes, take them out, stick maverick temp probe in them and stick in oven till they get to 200 - 205 degrees.  Have to say they are not too bad, course you don't have the pink ring but you still get the char on the outside and I don't have to lose sleep.

Anybody else to it this way? 
Would love to hear how you guys do your briskets and pork.

A Weber Smokey Mountain is a real smoker !!!    :D ;D :D

I buy my pork butts from Sam's. The ones where 2 come in a package and each butt is about 7 1/2 lbs each. I'll get three packs for 6 butts total and put them on my Weber Smokey Mountain at 275-300 degrees for 7 to 8 hrs until they are 200 degrees. I can't tell one bit of difference cooking them this way as opposed to 225 degrees for 12 hours.

I slather them with mustard and Plowboys rub. I also never inject as I really can't tell any difference when I do. I wish I had the 22 inch WSM instead of the 18. Makes it tight getting three on top and bottom racks

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Re: Lazy man's brisket and pork shoulder.
« Reply #3 on: January 09, 2018, 03:07:39 pm »

Thanks for sharing.
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Re: Lazy man's brisket and pork shoulder.
« Reply #4 on: January 11, 2018, 01:20:52 pm »

Iíve finished up in the oven several times when I ran out of gas or weather got the smoker on the fritz. Could just be that I know but it never seems quite as good to me. Iíve stopped smoking partly because Iím never home and partly because I got sick of cheap drafty smokers and wonít spend the jack for a good one. I got a cheap ďeggĒ and havenít figured it out yet(firt and only brisket on it chugged along at 275 for four hours and then I went to sleep and woke up to it pounding out 450*)
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Re: Lazy man's brisket and pork shoulder.
« Reply #5 on: January 12, 2018, 11:40:57 am »

Iíve finished up in the oven several times when I ran out of gas or weather got the smoker on the fritz. Could just be that I know but it never seems quite as good to me. Iíve stopped smoking partly because Iím never home and partly because I got sick of cheap drafty smokers and wonít spend the jack for a good one. I got a cheap ďeggĒ and havenít figured it out yet(firt and only brisket on it chugged along at 275 for four hours and then I went to sleep and woke up to it pounding out 450*)

OUCH!!
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Re: Lazy man's brisket and pork shoulder.
« Reply #6 on: January 12, 2018, 03:43:47 pm »

OUCH!!
I got the Vision grill, knockoff egg, works exactly the same as BGE 1/2 the price. I only do overnight smokes for brisket or butts. Once you figure out where to set the dampers it'll hold 225 for 16+ hours. set desired temp alarm on the t-stat and go to bed.
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Re: Lazy man's brisket and pork shoulder.
« Reply #7 on: May 03, 2018, 08:29:53 am »

I got the Vision grill, knockoff egg, works exactly the same as BGE 1/2 the price. I only do overnight smokes for brisket or butts. Once you figure out where to set the dampers it'll hold 225 for 16+ hours. set desired temp alarm on the t-stat and go to bed.

Thanks for this info.
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