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Unread 12-24-2012, 04:42 PM   #1
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Default Question: Next Day Burnt Ends.

If I cut away the points from two brisket I've just finished cooking, can they be saved and cubed tomorrow, or Wednesday for burnt ends? I guess my question is, will they be as good? Thanks!
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They should be just fine. As long as the cube get to cook in their own rendered fat, then the results should be the same.
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Yep - you will be fine! Enjoy - I haven't had burnt ends in forever!
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Even better the next day.
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Even better the next day.
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Kinda like soup; better the next day.

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Yes they will be great, I always use my cast iron pan and slowly warm everything and add more rub to taste while its cooking. I always have good luck with this method. Or you can take the whole point and cube and freeze it and use it in your next batch of chili;)

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