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Unread 08-19-2013, 04:51 PM   #1
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Default Early Labor Day BBQ with Pictures

I had to bump up my Labor day BBQ a couple of weeks to this past weekend. My friend was kind enough to take pictures of the final steps before serving. A couple pictures of a brisket and a couple more of some pulled pork.
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Unread 08-19-2013, 08:14 PM   #2
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Looks great.....
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Unread 08-19-2013, 08:32 PM   #3
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It is not a typical brisket method. I sacrifice most of the bark at the end by braising the slices in the au jus liquid made from beef stock, briket trimmings, brisket drippings, and a ton of fresh herbs. My family doesn't care for bark much and the brisket picks up a very intense flavor during this step so I do it for them. It won't win me any competitions but my family, friends and colleagues all prefer this method over a traditional brisket with bark.
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fine lookin cook! THe pulled pork looks nice and moit and the brisket looks outstandingly tender.
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Please the family and always be happy.
Looks like you achieved that mate.
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Good Q is always about what YOU and YOURS like the best! Not to many rules after that . Brisket sounds delicious, I used to cook lot's of braised brisket when I was cooking in restaurants, loved the stuff. Just learned how to smoke it after coming to this forum. Your pork looks mighty good too!

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I smoked four different types of meat for the party: brisket, ribs, pork shoulder, and chicken. I only have pictures of the brisket and pork shoulder. Once I served those my buddy/photographer went outside to eat while I sliced up the chicken and ribs. The Pulled pork was outrageous but when isn't pulled pork super delicious?
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Interesting technique....
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