Originally Posted by MilitantSquatter
I would give it a 7.
The garnish looks fantastics and overall presentation looks solid but I don't judge up for that. For the meat alone, I gave it a 7 as it looks a bit tough as the muscle fibers don't appear to be broken down. (based on the pictures).
Muscle fibers???? Where are muscle fibers? The following brisket was slightly over cooked and looks very similar to the brisket the poster pictured. While not a great box it scored 2nd to Ique at last years Rock n Ribfest. I just don't see it Vinny. However, I commend you on judging the meat without being influenced by the garnish. Thats the way it should be judged and is the way I was taught at my CBJ class.
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