The brisket was put in the pit around 0700 and finished at 1600. After pulling the brisket I put a half dozen Luling City Market sausages on to warm while the brisket was setting up.
My favorite piece is the first burnt end cut, it usually tells the tale, a great brisket or just ok.
This is a great brisket.
It was hard to wait, the first few cuts disappeared before I could take a photo. A near perfect brisket. Tender, juicy, and full flavored, see the smoke ring.
On to wood working.
The changing table has two base coats of milk paint. We (maybe MsBubba) will start the finish coats in the AM and I hope to have the top glued up before it gets too hot to work in the shop. The drawer just needs to be cleaned up. Of course MsBubba in the pool with a Martini changes all plans.