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Unread 06-10-2011, 06:56 PM   #136
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Tri tip goes on sale for 2.59 all the time here.
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Unread 06-10-2011, 06:59 PM   #137
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Heck, I'd pay the 5.99 if I could just find it.
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Wait! What? I'm late to this party. Are some of you saying you don't like brisket?

Well, I guess that's more for me :)

One of the great things about our country is that we have so many foods from which to choose, everyone can find something they like...and no one is forced to eat things they don't (well usually not, anyway).

Heck, I never thought I'd love smoked Spam, until you guys turned me on to it.

I just never thought people didn't like brisket. See, I learned something today after all. :)
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Unread 06-10-2011, 07:23 PM   #139
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Briskets cost me $1.99 a pound, tri-tip when I can find it is $5.99. Anyone want to compare sirloin to ribeyes in another thread?
This is not a brisket vs tri-tip thread, you obviously aren't paying attention Mr Crunch

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Welcome to the party, and you can certainly have my share
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Unread 06-10-2011, 07:28 PM   #140
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Now to stay on topic, even a brisket cooked in a UDS is barely worth eating.[/QUOTE]


May not have been cooked on a UDS... But this was worth eating .



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Unread 06-10-2011, 07:32 PM   #141
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Welcome to the party, and you can certainly have my share
No no no no no no NO! You've already commited to burgers. Now shut up and get the grinder.
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May not have been cooked on a UDS... But this was worth eating .
It's amazing what a little olive oil with do


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No no no no no no NO! You've already commited to burgers. Now shut up and get the grinder.
You are correct, I was speaking for all future briskets
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Now to stay on topic, even a brisket cooked in a UDS is barely worth eating.

May not have been cooked on a UDS... But this was worth eating .



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Olive oil does make stuff look pretty moist, I agree. Maybe not olive oil, but just a spray bottle with a litte water.....
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Oh look, a sliced up soy bean brisket...


Without even seeing that picture,millions of Texans just cringed and stumbled like Obe Wan Kenobe did when they blew up Alderan with the Deathstar.
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This thread is hilarious!
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Without even seeing that picture,millions of Texans just cringed and stumbled like Obe Wan Kenobe did when they blew up Alderan with the Deathstar.
That's funny. I don't care WHO you are, that's funny right there. (Larry the cable guy mod)
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The flat of the brisket is not my favorite. Just like chicken breast is not my favorite. Give me the point and dark meat.

Brisket is hitting over $2/lb here and that is why I am exploring beef clod. Not much more expensive and I am hoping less waste.
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The flat of the brisket is not my favorite. Just like chicken breast is not my favorite. Give me the point and dark meat.

Brisket is hitting over $2/lb here and that is why I am exploring beef clod. Not much more expensive and I am hoping less waste.

Heck, brisket is amost $5/LB here at Costco! Chukkie was $4
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AMAZING!! This thread received more responses than POSTED BBQ PICS
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AMAZING!! This thread received more responses than POSTED BBQ PICS
As it should have...
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