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Smoking beef brisket with pecan wood chunks on a Weber gas grill. There is no better way to do it at home.

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The New Gas Grill Gourmet
The New Gas Grill Gourmet
Published by Harvard Common Press 2005
ISBN 1558322825,9781558322820
376 pages

Expanded and updated with more than one hundred new recipes, this comprehensive guide to grilling features three hundred recipes for a wide range of grilled foods, marinades, sauces, and more, as well as advice on how to grill with gas. Simultaneous.

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Containing more than 120 recipes for grilled main dishes, simple sides, amazing desserts, and cooling cocktails, this cookbook partners perfectly with the grill.

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Cold Spring clerk passionate about wood-pellet grilling
07/19/15, via SC Times

“I’m just the average person out there who struggles with gas grills ... with beef rub. * Place fat side down in your grill set at 225 DEG until the meat is between 190 DEG and 205 DEG. (203 DEG is ideal but don’t let any part of the brisket go ...

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A converted former gas station, Peco’s may be Seattle’s messiest barbecue ... Wallingford Meat Pulled pork, brisket, pork and beef ribs, chicken, tri-tip. Spice Mild. Sauce Sauce is left on the table; six are available, from sweet to acidic, mild ...

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07/12/15, via Examiner

Nachos sound rather ho-hum, a staple at every bar and gas station in the country ... The stars of the menu are the hand-rubbed, slow smoked barbecue dishes: St. Louis ribs; beef brisket prepared as the Texans do it; and pulled pork and chicken.

brisket cooked
brisket cooked

it's definitely not as smoky as it can be (i think i just need to give up trying to smoke meat on a portable gas grill...), but still pretty tasty!

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The setup
The setup

This is how you cook 42 lbs. Of beef brisket. Two roasts in each of your Webers, the last in the (gasp) gas grill. We'll see if anyone can tell the difference. Got here at 6am, got the grills going, and had the meat on by 7am. Not bad, considering I was out most of the night with a crowd of folks (but that's another story).

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