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Unread 07-27-2008, 12:18 PM   #16
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The engineer at work has a cattle farm and he has never heard of eating brisquit. He sells his cattle by the halves. I told him that I would smoke him up one and let him try it

Thanx for all the replys....
Mist be one of those new age Cattlemen.... Vegetarian?
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Unread 07-27-2008, 01:17 PM   #17
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I use this Rub Exclusively for Briskets and Chucks


BlackJack Rub

3Tbs Paprika
3Tbs Garlic Powder
3Tbs Onion Powder
3Tbs Black Pepper
3Tbs Brown Sugar
3Tbs Ground Coffee
3Tbs Kosher Salt
2Tbs White Pepper
2Tbs Chili Powder
2Tbs Cayenne Pepper
Combine and mix well, Store in a cool, dry place.
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Unread 07-27-2008, 03:14 PM   #18
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I like a very simple kosher salt and black pepper rub with brisket. It's pretty well the standard rub at a lot of the best Texas hill country joints. Give it a try sometime.
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3Tbs Ground Coffee
Looks Good, Do you use instant or ground whole bean?
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Looks Good, Do you use instant or ground whole bean?
Fresh Grind my own...
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Salt and pepper works. Onion and garlic in the powdered form help. A little cayenne is good too. Dried Ancho is one of my favorites. Sugar in the Raw in small proportions.

Or, just get some Fiesta brand brisket rub. I like it a lot.
http://www.fiestaspices.com/?page=brisketrub
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Montreal Steak Seasoning is also a great brisket rub.
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Montreal Steak Seasoning is also a great brisket rub.
That be what I use
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Thanx alot all. Appreciate it...
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