Originally Posted by Bludawg
Also with a brisket never slice more than you can eat. slices will dry up because there is more surface area. I cringe everytime I see a brisket post and the whole thing is carved up it always looks dry.
Originally Posted by retired trucker
+ 1 here. My guests always think I am being stingy when I only slice a small plate to place on the table. I have to educate them by telling them that I have the whole brisket available to eat, but don't want it to dry out before they are ready for 2nds or 3rds. Plus if I any left over I would rather it be a solid piece of meat instead of slices left over.
Good tip, guys! Thanks!
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