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Unread 11-02-2013, 08:08 PM   #31
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How long did you let it rest before getting those great slices? That's a fine briskie!
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Its looking good! how was the flavor?
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How long did you let it rest before getting those great slices? That's a fine briskie!
I let it sit uncovered for about 40 minutes, then it loosely covered it with foil for another 45 minutes. That gave is time to whip up some beans and pasta salad. We also had some plain white sandwich bread for sopping. So good.

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Its looking good! how was the flavor?
Flavor was spot on. Super tender, good smoke and bark. By far the best brisket I have cooked. And a great product. I'll buy from Tonys butcher again.
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Ah Man, Now I gotta try one of them Pricey Briskets!!!
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