JLMCCARTY: If you haven't chopped that last piece of brisket, why not use it to hit a homerun with your smoker. Do Burnt ends. These are usually done from the point, but can be done with the flat. There is a 101 on this somewhere in the forum. You can also find other recipes in the forum. Jay uses his left over brisket in chili, some like it to top baked potatoes. I use it in baked beans. My wife does a killer baked bean dish and simply doctors canned beans. I am usually smoking something in the smoker to go along with them. I slide the beans in the smoker under the meat I am doing so all of the drippings fall into the beans. Good eats.