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Old 07-07-2013, 08:14 PM   #1
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Default Brisket catastrophe sorta....

Smoked a 12 pound packer hot n fast Friday. Had friends come over to enjoy the good food. Brisket got all done let it set in cooler for 2 hours. Dinner time came and I sliced into the brisket and it was probably the best brisket I had ever made. Wife asked me to do something for her real quick. So I stopped slicing and came back to my buddy "slicing" it for me. He cut with the grain and we ended up having 12 pounds of CHOPPED!
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Old 07-07-2013, 08:15 PM   #2
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Did you put his dick in the dirt?
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Old 07-07-2013, 08:16 PM   #3
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Wow, you never leave the knife. Never leave the knife.

On edit: given the shape of a brisket, and the fact that it is easier to slice crosswise anyways, why would you choose to slice a brisket lengthwise?
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As long as he didn't finger your meat, you should let him get off with a warning.

Wait...that just doesn't sound right at all....
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It was nice of him to help....but knowing that he had told me a couple of hours before he has never even cooked a brisket. Why step in and act like you know what's your doing?!?
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Old 07-07-2013, 08:45 PM   #6
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It was nice of him to help....but knowing that he had told me a couple of hours before he has never even cooked a brisket. Why step in and act like you know what's your doing?!?
68.5 Man Card turn in. Oh wait. Your in Texas! 72 hours!

A brisket is a lot of work.
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Chopped brisket is not bad at all..... bummer!
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Strange that he would start slicing perpendicular to the established cut......
I like to make toasted garlic bread out of French loaves, put on chopped brisket and melted cheese, Swiss or pepper jack, some au jus and bacon on top.... Awesome sandwich..... I only chop brisket when I fark it up, which happens.
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