Coffee-Rubbed Texas-Style Brisket
With larger cuts like pork shoulder or brisket that need to smoke for hours, maintaining an even temperature is critical to
prevent overcooking or drying out your meat. On a gas grill, you can regulate temperature easily via the burners and monitor
it from the built-in thermometer in the lid. But charcoal grills require a little more finesse.
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