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Brisket - Rub, Wrap and Refrigerate
Beef Brisket with Rub

Beef Brisket with Rub

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It takes a long time to smoke a beef brisket, so you and your brisket need a good nights rest before getting started. This is the perfect time infuse flavor into the brisket. Apply a good rub, wrap it tightly in foil, and put it away in the refrigerator overnight. This way the meat is ready to go straight to the smoker.

When applying your BBQ rub to the brisket, don't worry about getting it on the fat. Aim for the exposed meat since it absorbs the flavor.

When applying rub to the brisket, do it on a large sheet of heavy duty aluminum foil (the 20 inch side stuff is the best). This simplifies the process by allowing you to wrap it up with all the rub inside and storing it in the refrigerator. The moisture from the brisket is going to turn the rub into a paste that will help it stick to the meat and help it absorb the flavors.

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