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Larry Wolfe 12-29-2007 10:29 AM

Salt and Pepper Brisket
 
Put on a 7lb flat this morning around 10am, seasoned with Kosher salt and lots of black pepper. Just wanted to keep this one simple. More pic's to follow.
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gpalasz 12-29-2007 10:48 AM

simplicity is a good thing. A lot of people put too much in there rubs. You want it to compliment the meat, not overwhelme it. Let us know how it turns out

Jeremiah 12-29-2007 12:01 PM

I'm a big fan of simplicity with brisket, there is so much wonderful flavor in the meat you don't need much to bring it out and complement it.

Bbq Bubba 12-29-2007 12:16 PM

One of my favorite rub's Larry...........if it goes over well, do you plan on bottling your own??? :biggrin:

Larry Wolfe 12-29-2007 12:31 PM

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Originally Posted by Bbq Bubba (Post 524652)
One of my favorite rub's Larry...........if it goes over well, do you plan on bottling your own??? :biggrin:

Maybe...............:icon_blush: LOL I've been wanting to dry the S&P brisket for awhile. Then I've seen alot of well known BBQ joints that do this so I figured what the heck I will give it a shot!

thirdeye 12-29-2007 12:32 PM

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Originally Posted by Bbq Bubba (Post 524652)
One of my favorite rub's Larry...........if it goes over well, do you plan on bottling your own??? :biggrin:

Too late bro, these guys already did it. Here is a product review I did for Spepper on The Cooks Kitchen.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v3...epperbig4a.jpg


http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v3.../DSC01085a.jpg

Bbq Bubba 12-29-2007 01:19 PM

Larry, did you marinate or inject anything or just strait meat flavor??

thirdeye 12-29-2007 01:23 PM

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Originally Posted by Larry Wolfe (Post 524659)
Maybe...............:icon_blush: LOL I've been wanting to dry the S&P brisket for awhile. Then I've seen alot of well known BBQ joints that do this so I figured what the heck I will give it a shot!

Don't know if you caught my prime rib thread, but I used some Kreuz rib that thillin sent me. It's salt, black pepper and cayenne. I really liked the results. My beef rubs are usually simple, but always have granulated garlic in them, I'm going to do a few more on the plain side without the garlic.

I like spares and butt with only salt and pepper.

Bbq Bubba 12-29-2007 01:29 PM

I have also done the S&P rib's, girl's love em that with way with a lite glazing of sauce!!
Gonna try a brisket monday with just Montreal steak seasoning, anyone tried that before?

thirdeye 12-29-2007 01:34 PM

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Originally Posted by Bbq Bubba (Post 524685)
I have also done the S&P rib's, girl's love em that with way with a lite glazing of sauce!!
Gonna try a brisket monday with just Montreal steak seasoning, anyone tried that before?

I fall back on the Montreal alot. (even my pastrami and smoked salmon gets a taste of it) Do you make your own or use the store bought?

Larry Wolfe 12-29-2007 02:28 PM

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Originally Posted by Bbq Bubba (Post 524676)
Larry, did you marinate or inject anything or just strait meat flavor??


Just S&P and beef.

Thirdeye, I only use S&P on my Prime Rib too, no need to mess with perfection!!

Bbq Bubba 12-29-2007 02:41 PM

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Originally Posted by thirdeye (Post 524687)
I fall back on the Montreal alot. (even my pastrami and smoked salmon gets a taste of it) Do you make your own or use the store bought?

Store bought but printer's ready if you got a recipe!! :wink:

jestridge 12-29-2007 04:39 PM

That was my biggest mistake when I first start BBQ was putting to much crap on the meat. Lawry seasoning and apple juice work great for me maybe a little cumin on beef or ribs

thirdeye 12-29-2007 04:56 PM

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Originally Posted by Bbq Bubba (Post 524715)
Store bought but printer's ready if you got a recipe!! :wink:

Here is the one I like, but you know what you like so a tickle here or there may be in order.

Montreal Steak Rub A coarse rub suited for beef, but also good on pork, chicken and potatoes.

Ingredients:
3T coriander seeds
3T black peppercorns
4T dried bell pepper (mix green & red bell pepper)
2T onion flakes
2T garlic flakes
2T sea salt
1T caraway seeds
2T dill seeds
1T dried thyme
1t dried lemon peel

Combine all ingredients and grind in a coffee grinder.

jestridge 12-29-2007 05:39 PM

Sound good to me. It similair to a cuban rub. Think I try it


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