Decided to smoke a Corned Beef Brisket on Diesel Boy and cook up some mashed potatoes. Lit half a chimney of briquettes, tossed them into the empty side of the basket and then let that purr along to a steady 250 Degrees, Diesel Boy ran solidly at around 275 degrees for the whole cook.
Here is a corned beef brisket flat, small guy (wife says I cook too much so I’m trying to find smaller hunks of meat) Granted after we were done eating she was complaining about how little there was for leftovers. She really enjoyed this meal.
I seasoned the Brisket with SPG, and a lite dash of some Montreal Steak seasoning.
Once the fire was ready and burning well on the meat went.
After about 2 hours over some briquettes and hickory, I wrapped up the Brisket in foil with some beer and let it cook till around 200 Degrees. About another hour.
I let the Corned Beef Brisket rest for about an hour on the counter at which time I made the red bliss garlic mashed potatoes.
Once the potatoes were ready it was time to slice the Corned Beef Brisket.
Plated with some of the potatoes and some Aus Jus from the foil.