I mean... I will let y'all throw them to the wolves. The problem is, and this is co9ming from me, the guy that wrote the thread "The Taboo of Simmering".... but let's all just smoke something then wash all the goodie out of it.
Well, but what if they had put liq smoke in the broth that they simmered it in... maybe they think that they're putting the goodie back in... ya know?
And as for having smoked that brisky, I didn't see much of a smoke ring AT ALL on that thang!
This brisket I posted is NOT dipped. It is simmered AFTER the smoke. Like I said, I am very historically credentialed on the necessity and original tradition of simmering cuts before smoking... but this is done after the cook. AND you can see the impact on the bark... its gone, washed away...
maybe... maybe I wanna go try it... I bet they make a great Texas Dip... with all that flavor in the broth at the end of the day. LOL
02-26-2013 01:37 PM
You know...my parents once were so proud of a brisket that they did. I was impressed.....until they explained that they did it in a crock pot. :twitch:
02-26-2013 01:38 PM
Originally Posted by Pitmaster T
The only thing stupider I have seen is the Dallas' Sony Bryans.