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Don Marco 06-14-2013 06:35 AM

Brisket Slicer
 
Got my Brisket Slicer today ! Actually, it was in germany for almost 4 weeks already but the zombies at the customs decided to put it in a corner for 3 1/2 weeks before even sending a note that it has to be picked up. %&%$ !

Anyway, thats an awesome knife, cant wait to hit a brisket with it. Thanks for shipping it over the pond.
And if you think its totally nuts to import a Wusthof Knife to germany - i agree :loco::crazy::oops: But thats just how we BBQer are, right ? :mrgreen:


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DM

DJ_Golden_Child 06-15-2013 05:38 AM

Have you had any beef in this country that tastes good enough to make hamburger and if so what is the name of the cut in German

Don Marco 06-16-2013 02:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DJ_Golden_Child (Post 2516524)
Have you had any beef in this country that tastes good enough to make hamburger and if so what is the name of the cut in German

The regular ground beef is way too lean and comes from dairy cattle wich doesnt have the flavour you long for.

The best would be Chuck, wich is called Schulter or Hals in german.
Metro or other wholesale stores even have american beef chuck roasts wich are awesome for burgers. Just get a good grinder

Ive also used Briskets before. Grinding some Bacon and mixing it with the beef also gives more fat and flavour.

DM


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