Smoked Brisket Recipes for Your Backyard Cooker

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Barbecue Brisket on our Gas Grill

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Barbecue Brisket in our Smoker

Our smoked brisket recipes will show you how to get that succulent, smoked brisket of the "pros", whether you use a barbecue grill or smoker. We believe that...

"Barbecue is the Mystical Communion of Fire, Smoke and Meat"

Add a spice rub, roast the brisket with hardwood chips, slowly, with low heat and a constant exposure to the aromatic smoke, and you have a time honored smoked brisket that is a mouth-watering traditional Texas staple!

Don't have a smoker or "pit"? our recipe will show you how brisket can be smoked on a grill, with an indirect heat source (charcoal/gas), a pan of water, and a smoker-can (or aluminum foil pouch) of hardwood chips. Read on, and we'll put it all together, starting with a quick review of...

Our "6 Secrets to Smoking Meat" page, and the following tips, for a successful barbecue brisket!

Patience is a must for this highly addictive, inexpensive and easy to roast, cut of beef. Brisket is inherently tougher than the more expensive cuts, but slow roasting (think 1.5 - 2.0 hours/lb.), and low heat produce a tender, moist, highly flavorful delight that can make your backyard fame!

Start the day before. That is; mix and apply your rub ingredients to the brisket, the day before fire time, to allow maximum effect of the spices infusing with the meat. A competitor secret!

Now, choose your smoked brisket recipe, and let's barbecue!

Got a charcoal/gas grill? We'll show you a step-by-step method using this recipe.

Got a smoker? Fantastic! Gas or charcoal, this recipe will guide you to smoked brisket fame.

Need a "knock-'em-dead" rub for that brisket? Try one of our favorite Texas-style rubs

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