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Thread: Akorn Brisket

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    Default Akorn Brisket

    I did a big cook this past weekend with lots of stuff smoked for folks at work. I started the briskets out on my little offset smoker the moved them over to the Akorn when I finished all the other stuff. Total time was about thirteen hours. Here are some of the brisket pics.









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    Some fine lookin brisky .When am i invited .
    LOve to grill and eat .
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    Looks awesome man! How do you like the Akorn? My Bro has one and he loves it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tomshoots View Post
    Looks awesome man! How do you like the Akorn? My Bro has one and he loves it!
    I love mine as well. I have always been a fire tender, thus the love for offsets. But I could get used to the setting and leaving method for sure. I like the way it cooks, the food tastes great and don't use up my charcoal in one cook!
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    Very nice!

    What temp were you cooking at that it took 13 hoursto finish the brisket?

    How woudl you rate the quality and design of the Akorn now that you have used it? I have seen them at Lowe's and must admit, they have sparked interest.

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    Outstanding!
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    I don't know what the actual temp is, but it cooks the way I want it to, so I don't guess it really matters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
    Very nice!

    What temp were you cooking at that it took 13 hoursto finish the brisket?

    How woudl you rate the quality and design of the Akorn now that you have used it? I have seen them at Lowe's and must admit, they have sparked interest.
    225 on the offset, but closer to 275 on the Akorn. I think the Akorn is worth every penny I spent on it.
    For every mile of road, there is two miles of ditch!

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