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Unread 09-11-2012, 01:04 PM   #46
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Very good info and thanks for the pics too, gonna have to find some butcher or parchment paper, Sams doesnt sell it down here. Gotta try that this weekend though.

You can get parchment paper at most any grocery store. If you have a local butcher or meat market that uses butcher paper, ask them if you can have a couple of pieces big enough to wrap a brisket. But, I plan on picking up a roll of actual butcher paper from a food service supply company in a couple of weeks when I'm down, near where it is.
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http://www.pospaper.com/40coloredbutcherpaper.html

This is where I got mine from. I got enough to last me a couple years
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Ive got one for you, Im having a banquet for the softball team this weekend and I feel completely flustered about brisket. got a nighttrain brisket going right now, but is the difference between foil and paper that much that I shouldnt try it this weekend on a pair of packers or since Im not confident anyways, run with it and give her a shot?
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Thanks for the tip on the paper
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Ive got one for you, Im having a banquet for the softball team this weekend and I feel completely flustered about brisket. got a nighttrain brisket going right now, but is the difference between foil and paper that much that I shouldnt try it this weekend on a pair of packers or since Im not confident anyways, run with it and give her a shot?
Nope, I would go for it. The one I did took just as much time to do using paper as it does foil this last weekend. The big thing I would recommend is being careful to make sure you're probing the meat if using paper. I did find it more difficult to make sure I was hitting the meat than it is using foil.
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Great post, thanks for taking time to share it.
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They sell huge rolls of butcher paper at Sams Club. Rather cheap if I remember correctly.
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Carolina Q, thanks so much for the post and all the details. Gonna try the paper on my next brisket cook, for sure!
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alright man, Ill do one of them in butcher paper and the other foiled. hopefully this isnt just a 20 dollar roll of coloring paper that I buy for the niece
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alright man, Ill do one of them in butcher paper and the other foiled. hopefully this isnt just a 20 dollar roll of coloring paper that I buy for the niece

I think that the kind you buy for drawing on and such is thinner than real butcher paper. I believe that the stuff they sell in craft stores that is equal or close to butcher paper is known as "banner" paper.
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I think that the kind you buy for drawing on and such is thinner than real butcher paper. I believe that the stuff they sell in craft stores that is equal or close to butcher paper is known as "banner" paper.
Careful here - a lot of utility papers sold in rolls like craft paper use petroleum release agents.
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I purposely sought out butcher paper at a local food supply place to make sure it was food safe paper. If you have a Sams or Costco Business then you are golden. We have several other smaller restaurant places out here that sell the stuff too. I am a little to leary of paper production to trust any source for cooking.
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Some very good points!
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Thank you for this.
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naw, I was at my sams yesterday and saw the roll of 1000' of butcher paper. I was just joking that if it sucks, its going to be used for coloring paper when lil ones come over.

does anyone actually use butcher paper in the age of foodsavers?
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