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Old 01-17-2021, 01:26 PM   #16
zachg18
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Ditto. Seldom serve brisket at my house without sausage
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haha well i dont eat pork but I'm thinking of throwing on some chicken wings and thighs soon!
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Old 01-17-2021, 02:20 PM   #17
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Hate skinny cows... :D Live and learn. Here are my tips I share about shopping for the brisket. I always check to see how thin the flat is.

Shopping for the brisket:

- Here in SoTex, we have access to cheaper briskets. I watch for Primes to go on sale and buy a couple of them at around $3 a pound.
- I shoot for somewhere in the 14-16 pound range.
- I will go through every brisket they have picking them out. I look for a brisket that has a thick flat and a thick point. It might make it more narrow, but less chance of drying out.
- I love a nice, floppy brisket. Grab it from one end and shake it up and down and see how "loose" the meat is. The last one I bought would easily fold over on itself and sit on the counter that way.
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