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Unread 06-09-2011, 05:00 PM   #31
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Tim (Groundhog) has had an excellent brisket, R2Egg2Q and Phat Matt's both cook excellent briskets. He just doesn't like em as much as other cuts. I can see that. /My preference is for sliced point, but, I will always take good brisket fresh from the cooker. Tim also eats brisket without pickle and raw onions, with utensils off of plates, so, what does he really understand.
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Unread 06-09-2011, 05:02 PM   #32
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I have a Waygu in my freezer, it will soon be ground up for burgers...
Ever cook a Wagyu?

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Tim (Groundhog) has had an excellent brisket, R2Egg2Q and Phat Matt's both cook excellent briskets.
Yes, John's was pretty much spot on.

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Tim also eats brisket without pickle and raw onions, with utensils off of plates, so, what does he really understand.
You know I try, Bob
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Personally, no...I would only screw it up. I have had one cooked by a competent pitmaster though
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Awesome. More for the rest of us!!
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Brisket is okay to me. I'd rather have various pork products, though. Around here, brisket is generally rather expensive, so I rarely bother with it. The last one I did was also the best I've ever had, but I'd still rather have some pork ribs.
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Personally, no...I would only screw it up. I have had one cooked by a competent pitmaster though
Good Deal.

It will make some killer, if expensive, ground beef!

One thing that has not been mentioned is the full use of brisket other than sandwiches or plates.

Mrs Kapn is the "Brisket Queen".
She uses brisket anywhere that beef is called for with fantastic results.
Stews, chilie, shepard's pie, and on and on.
Elevates all the recipies to a new level.

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You are out of your mind.
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You can only get so much fat in burgers...it generally cooks off with high heat. Waygu seems like such a waste for ground beef. Each to their own...but I'd never do that.

You don't eat Waygu, or Kobe, for the flavor of their "meat". You eat it for the flavor of their "fat". If you're going to grill burgers and render all the fat away, what are you left with?
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He is, but, I have had Wagyu brisket burgers and they are very tasty.
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You can only get so much fat in burgers...it generally cooks off with high heat. Waygu seems like such a waste for ground beef. Each to their own...but I'd never do that.

I didn't buy it to grind it up, but that is it's destiny.

You don't eat Waygu, or Kobe, for the flavor of their "meat". You eat it for the flavor of their "fat". If you're going to grill burgers and render all the fat away, what are you left with?
A killer burger, all the fat will not be rendered out.

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He is, but, I have had Wagyu brisket burgers and they are very tasty.
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