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Old 01-19-2020, 07:45 PM   #1
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Default Sam's prime brisket rocks

Been aching to do an other brisket for a while now. The long cook keeps me from doing it more often. Picked up a 13# prime from Sam's last week that was reduced to about 8# after trimming. The cook was relatively short (about 7 hours at 250-275). I cit the point away at 5 hours when it reached 207, cut it up basted and put it back in the covered pan for an other hour. The cook cam out great and I'll be buying more Sam's prime.
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Old 01-19-2020, 07:52 PM   #2
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I agree, Sam's prime briskets are nice and you did that one proud. Very good looking results.
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Great looking cook George.
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I have no issues with Sam's Club Prime meats.
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Looks fantastic!!! Nicely done!
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I have no issues at all with any of the Prime beef from Sam's, this is a point I prepped from a 16# Prime specifically with burnt ends in mind, the marbling is always this nice...

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I have no issues at all with any of the Prime beef from Sam's, this is a point I prepped from a 16# Prime specifically with burnt ends in mind, the marbling is always this nice...

Yep. Same as mine before the burn.
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Isn’t is strange how Sams meat is pretty darn good and WalMart, IMHO, is pretty darn bad?


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Have not tried a brisket yet but have had the prime rib eye and strip steaks. They are as good as any but you do need to trim some fat.
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Your Brisket looks very good mate
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