Thread: slicing brisket
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Old 04-11-2006, 02:05 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by HoDeDo
I bought a small, inexpensive slicer for roughly $65 at Bed, Bath, and Beyond. A Waring Pro , with a 10" blade. Alum. contruction - so it is light, and portable. It makes perfect slices everytime. And on the off chance you get a brisket you can't get tender in time.... slice it thin to win! :o)
I have that same slicer, I also have an electric knife. Do they usually supply power at the comps? I guess even if they don't I'll have power in the motorhome.
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