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jeffsee 05-09-2013 09:06 PM

My Run at Wampus' Brisket Chili
Since I smoke food, everyone thinks I can cook everything. So....

I was signed up to do the chili cook off for our campground Olympics.

I'm taking a first shot at Wampus' brisket chili. I have the dry ingredients marinating in a mason jar starting tonight. I smoked a small brisket Tuesday night using BPS Jallelujah Bacon rub and Money rub (Fan-Freaking-Tastic!).

I guess this question goes out to Wampus: If turn-in is at 11:30 am Saturday, what time do I want to the combined mixture to start simmering?

Pyle's BBQ 05-09-2013 09:24 PM

I'm not sure how Wampus does it, but I would cook a day ahead of time and cool down to let the flavors meld overnight and reheat.

jeffsee 05-10-2013 03:28 PM

I read through Wampus' recipe. Not sure if he simmers for 2 hours or 3 hours or 5 hours (2+5).

Pyle's BBQ 05-10-2013 07:41 PM

My take on his recipe is that the chili is simmered a total of 3 hours. He says it will be done at 2 hours but suggests that it be simmered 3 hours.

jeffsee 05-10-2013 08:23 PM

On track so far. Going to simmer two hours tonight and then put it on three hours before turn-in tomorrow. Brisket goes in 1/2 hour before turn in. Flavor profile is good. Excellent taste with heat down the stretch.

jeffsee 05-11-2013 09:10 AM

Simmered for two hours last night.

This morning I woke up and did a quick taste test. That "powdery" substance you see on the surface is some Jallelujah Jalapeno Bacon rub from BPS. I also added a little salt and it seems just about right. I'm not going to fark with it anymore and ruin it. I'll have another pic when I add the brisket, and I'll try to shoot some video when people start tasting.

jeffsee 05-11-2013 12:20 PM

And......1st place. Perfect score from one judge. Lots of compliments, and folks going back for seconds and thirds.

Richard_ 05-11-2013 01:04 PM

good job , do you have recipe ? i love me some chili

jeffsee 05-12-2013 11:26 AM


Originally Posted by Richard_ (Post 2477697)
good job , do you have recipe ? i love me some chili

Here is Wampus' original recipe:

I used a small flat, not a point. I also seasoned my flat with Jallelujah Jalepeno Bacon and Money rubs from BPS.

On the morning of turn-in, I added some more Jallelujah rub and salt (to taste).

GRAVYDAWG 05-12-2013 12:45 PM

Looks great. Good job!

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