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Old 01-20-2018, 07:30 AM   #1
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Asked my wife to pull a brisket out of the freezer to thaw yesterday. When I got home from work, we had some running around to do. We reminded each other that the brisket needed to go in to the fridge when we got home.

Yup, you guessed it, we both forgot and it stayed out overnight. Got up this morning and temped the brisket, 60 F.

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Old 01-20-2018, 07:37 AM   #2
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While that’s never happened to me I’ve played that scenario in my head. What a fantastic day for earths scavengers. Don’t drop it in the dumpster, drop it in the country for the critters to have a buffet. All the deer roadkill between here and Santa Fe yesterday were feeding critters
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Old 01-20-2018, 08:07 AM   #3
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That stinks.

Years ago I helped my brother in law cut up a deer.
He sent me home with a nice little care package.
My wife was away at work so I had the little one.
I get home, grab the little one and all his stuff, get in the house put his stuff on the floor and put him to bed.
The next morning I go through his stuff to put it away and yup you guessed it there was my care package of venison sitting on the floor. Major bummer.
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Old 01-20-2018, 09:50 AM   #4
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I feel your pain I have done that with food once or twice
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Old 01-20-2018, 09:56 AM   #5
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That stinks. I did with a rack of ribs. Big cost difference though.
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Did the grade of beef matter? I bet you wouldn't have done that to a Creekstone
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I've done the same with frozen turkey before.
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I had 5 lbs of polish sausage sit in a cooler in the garage for a week. One less cooler to worry about.
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Did it a few months back with a chuck roast. Pulled it out and set it on top of the smoker got distracted and forgot to bring it inside the thaw in the fridge. Found it the next morning
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I left some elk steaks in the trunk of the car , didn't remember them till I opened the trunk a week later
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I left a whole chicken in the wife’s trunk after grocery shopping one Saturday..she found it Monday morning before going to work. worst smell ever
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Maybe it's me but I'm not so paranoid about that especially with beef...
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A link to a pretty good conversation about counter top thawing.

https://cooking.stackexchange.com/qu...on-the-counter
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Did the grade of beef matter? I bet you wouldn't have done that to a Creekstone
Was just a standard CAB brisket from RD. If it had been a Creekstone or SRF you would’ve seen a grown man cry. Still sucks though.
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Your brisket is fine - go cook it!
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