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Old 03-15-2018, 11:51 PM   #1
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I love waking up on a Monday morning knowing that I have a fridge full of BBQ leftovers after a big cook. My wife works on certain nights so I can throw something together for me and the kids quickly. These are a few of the meals we have had with leftover brisket. Quilaquiles with green sauce, brisket tacos and brisket nachos. Hopefully I will get time this weekend to stock the fridge up again!




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Old 03-15-2018, 11:54 PM   #2
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Look killer Daniel. I'd hit any one of those. I find myself liking the leftovers and dishes made with them better.

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Look killer Daniel. I'd hit any one of those. I find myself liking the leftovers and dishes made with them better.

Thanks Sako!

Same here. Brisket with pickled onion, avocado and fresh salsa is probably my favorite way to eat it.
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Looks amazing!
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Great ideas, looks delicious!!
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What time is dinner tomorrow.
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Nothing wrong with any of that.
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Nothing wrong with any of those.
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