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Date Posted: 11:46:56 01/23/03 Thu
Author: DarrenC
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Subject: Re: 'Queing More Than One Type of Meat
In reply to: HoweeH 's message, "'Queing More Than One Type of Meat" on 19:33:25 01/22/03 Wed

The one and only time I had the same problem I put the brisket fat side down on the bottom rack and the butt fat side up on the top rack. My theory was that the brisket would benefit from the constant basting from above as the fat rendered out of the butt. I really don't know if that was the case, it was just my theory.

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