What side do you cook a brisket on?

Chef's answer
We have touched on this already, but when deciding whether to cook your brisket fat side up or down the determining factor really is the origin of the heat for your cooker. Most of the time, the heat comes from the bottom (like on a Weber Smokey Mountain Bullet Smoker), so fat side down is the way to go..
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Cut fish fillets into 4 serving pieces if needed. Place pieces, skin sides down, in the pan, folding thin ends under if necessary for even thickness. ....
Step 3: Frying the Fish Place the fish flesh side down in the pan. You want to cook the "presentation" side of the fish first. For most fillets, this generally means you want to show the diner the non-skin side.
Fire up the broiler, drizzle your fish fillets with olive oil or melted butter, and season with salt and pepper. Broil those fillets on a rimmed baking sheet, skin-side down, right underneath the broiler until the fish is opaque and flakes easily, about 6 minutes.
If you are in a hurry and want just a quick and simple answer to your question, here it is: cook your brisket with the fat side down. For most smokers, the heat comes from the bottom of the cooker, so cooking brisket with the fat side down will protect the meat from exposure to direct heat.
If they left each other alone, and let their fellow crabs climb, they'd easily be able to get out of the bucket. ... But, that doesn't happen. Instead, what happens is as a crab will try to climb out of the bucket, other crabs will pull him down.
But yes, foil deflects/defuses heat. ... And for some foods, especially something like salmon, the DRY heat is what you want to get the best results. Generally you only want to use foil if you're trying to keep part of the dish from cooking quickly or if you're trying to prevent browning/burning..
Use skin-on fillets and place the salmon fillets on the hot grill skin-side up first. The fillets, when raw, won't flake and fall apart like they will when they are cooked.
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