Originally Posted by Brandon87
Don't worry about the change in color. When it turns purple from bright red, you know you have a nice aged brisket. I love seeing that deep purple. It's a beautiful thing!
Yeeuup..I agree...watch the color change and also the package starts to puff up from the gas...which is good...just be sure the wife is not around when you open it...
big tip here is keep the light off of it and use a fridge that does not get open to much..
I have a prime rib roast in there wet aging since October and I just cut it in half and cooked er up AWESOME! doing The other half Sunday..
I used charbroils turkey infra red cooker and it works great on the prime rib....I am not a gas cooker, however that thing cooked a nice roast and the gravy drippings were the best I ever made an au-jois out of..