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Old 06-01-2011, 06:37 PM   #1
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Hi there, I'm pretty new here. I'm a reader. I'm from Holland and got an account @ the Dutch brethren forum.

Anyway, this is my 2nd brisket and it turned out to be awesome. Did it hot&fast (350-380F). It's a grain-fed flat of about 8,5-9 pounds.
Dusted it with DP Raising the steaks and let it sit in the frig for about 24 hours.
It was done in about 3 hours. Halfway through I foiled it though. I let it rest in new foil for about an hour or so. It turned out very moist and tender.

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Old 06-01-2011, 06:44 PM   #2
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Looks great!
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Looks lip smacking good!
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Looks perfect! How expensive is brisket over there?
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Thanks guys!
Saiko: I paid about 64 dollars (45 euro) for this one. I guess it's pretty expensive compared to the prices in the U.S.
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man that looked good I'm glad I dont live there I would go broke at those prices!!!! Smoke on Brother!!
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man that looked good I'm glad I dont live there I would go broke at those prices!!!! Smoke on Brother!!
It's a beautiful area, there is a lot to like. I've only been in the area once but I loved it. I always get so confused with whole Holland/Netherlands/Dutch thing though. I'm an avid cyclist and I read about these areas all the time.


Let me see if I have this right, correct me if I'm wrong!
  • Holland is not actually a country, but a region in the country of the Netherlands
  • Many people mistakenly refer to the entire country of the Netherlands as Holland, which ticks off the people who live outside of Holland
  • The main language spoken in Holland is Dutch
  • The main cities in Holland are Amsterdam, Rotterdam and The Hague
  • Belgium, a country south of the Netherlands, has a region called Flanders where the main language is also Dutch.
I think that may be right, I find this whole area very confusing!
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Great looking brisket right there.
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drieenvijftigcent, you did good. Real catchy name, too.
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Great looking brisket . I can't believe how pronounced that smoke ring looks.
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It's a beautiful area, there is a lot to like. I've only been in the area once but I loved it. I always get so confused with whole Holland/Netherlands/Dutch thing though. I'm an avid cyclist and I read about these areas all the time.


Let me see if I have this right, correct me if I'm wrong!
  • Holland is not actually a country, but a region in the country of the Netherlands
  • Many people mistakenly refer to the entire country of the Netherlands as Holland, which ticks off the people who live outside of Holland
  • The main language spoken in Holland is Dutch
  • The main cities in Holland are Amsterdam, Rotterdam and The Hague
  • Belgium, a country south of the Netherlands, has a region called Flanders where the main language is also Dutch.
I think that may be right, I find this whole area very confusing!
Yeah those facts are about right Saiko. My girlfriend also always corrects me about the whole Holland/The Netherlands thing lol .
And for a cyclist The Netherlands () is pure heaven.

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Oh and thanks guys, really appreciate it! ;)
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LOL@Saiko!
I had that Holland discussion with Gore in Kyiv.

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