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Old 09-30-2013, 01:49 AM   #1
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This is my 2nd ever brisket. Kinda Tedxas meets Scandinavia and Europe. Brisket served with cheese filled and bacon wrapped apple smoked paprika, grilled root veg and a gravy sauce made from brisket drippings. Brisket a bit too tender som impoosible to slice it properly.. But all goooood anyhow :)
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Old 09-30-2013, 02:01 AM   #2
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Wow!! That looks incredible!
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Old 09-30-2013, 02:40 AM   #3
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Too tender is never a problem to me! Great job!
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That looks great!!!
Yeah too tender???? I didn't know that could happen
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No such thing as too tender. Just need a sharper knife.
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No such thing as too tender. Just need a sharper knife.
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That looks Good -- more info on the sides please.
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Brisket has nice bark and with all the other goodies I say that will make some stupid good hash for your eggs this morning!!
The platter sounds and looks great from here!!
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That looks Good -- more info on the sides please.
Sides are root veg grilled in a weber veg basket (Swedish turnips, carrots and romano cabbage)seasoned with a Italian chili/herb mix my gf bought in Rome.

Paprika filled with garlic and herb creme cheese and "Swedish parmesan"(Västerbottenost) wrapped in bacon and then smoked with apple wood.

Gravy sauce made from brisket drippings with double creme added and then thickened.

Corn bread baced in a muffin tin in one of the weber kettles (not in picture)

Desert was a sort of spunge cake grilled and served with grilled apple slices and vanilla sauce. (added a picture of that as well)
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