At 08:00 I took a "briskey " I had seasoned the night before with Crystal Hot Sauce, our own Cajun seasoning, and some Worcestershire sauce then parked it on the cool side of the pit.
The asparagus ferns slowly went from silver to green as the dew dried, and I picked several handfuls of strawberries for breakfast.
Here's the brisket after 1 hour
You may notice that the small end got sampled a few times; you an' I both know ya gotta "check it" and we don't believe in those fancy digital, geeky probes or nothing. Sampling is more fun anyways. Well, as these things usually go, I forgot to take a picture of a plate, like usual, and by the time Peggy got home that night both me and the Brisket were pretty well done. It did get a nice smoke ring.
It was moist and tender and wonderful. Peggy came home late from a road trip to Florida and brought home a new member of our family, more about that later."