BBQing Reefers - What's on your grill/smoker?

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Beer can chicken ready to go on. Bought one of those nifty little can holders at walmart while I was there this morning. Just heating up the grill.

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So what are you guys paying for brisket right now? It was over $6/lb at Costco last week. They actually had waygu ones for not much more so tried one of those about a month ago. It was amazing. I didn't think you could outdo the prime ones at costco but now I know you can.
 

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So what are you guys paying for brisket right now? It was over $6/lb at Costco last week. They actually had waygu ones for not much more so tried one of those about a month ago. It was amazing. I didn't think you could outdo the prime ones at costco but now I know you can.
I’m from the UK, ive paid between £6 and £9 per kilo, so around 7 to just over 11 dollars a kilo
 

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So what are you guys paying for brisket right now? It was over $6/lb at Costco last week. They actually had waygu ones for not much more so tried one of those about a month ago. It was amazing. I didn't think you could outdo the prime ones at costco but now I know you can.
Costco is ok. Not as soft as the HEB meats. Wagyu meats are pretty good. I’d rather have a prime or aged. But that’s just my preference. The grass fed are ok too
 

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Costco is ok. Not as soft as the HEB meats. Wagyu meats are pretty good. I’d rather have a prime or aged. But that’s just my preference. The grass fed are ok too
No HEBs in the Dallas area unfortunately. My understanding is they bought land in my area but then Walmart bought the land across from them and then they "decided" not to build.
 

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Yeah that's what I was thinking is starting it at like midnight on Friday to let it smoke all night and day for dinner on the 4th.
Thanks for the advice I am going to take it out of the freezer today hopefully it thaws all the way by Wednesday to do the salt
I would trim the fat right away out of the freezer.
Sounds crazy but the colder the fat the easier it to cut.
 

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Not much going on in this thread for awhile. I have a brisket I am doing for the 4th. Thinking about trying Meat Church rubs. Will post pictures when it goes on. I did upgrade my 15 year old Treager this winter.
Did you get another Treager?
 
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