Originally Posted by luke duke
I've cooked with John Lewis and I doubt that he is lying. "Never cooked a S&P brisket" could mean that he subbed some of the salt for Lowrey's or that he used S&P + a small amount of another spice. Or because he may not consider it a true S&P brisket because he sprays the meat with watered down Worcestershire sauce or pickle juice or unicorn tears.
Bingo! That's my point exactly. It's the small minute things that are conveniently being passed off as just s&p.