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Unread 09-27-2009, 08:33 AM   #1
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I cooked a brisket yesterday for a birthday party tonight. I pulled it, cooled it and put it in the refrigerator around midnight last night. I need to heat it for a 5 PM dinner. I have read a couple of other threads on reheating brisket and I plan to do it in the oven - I think I read at 350 until intenal 165. Is that correct?

Also, it sounded like I should reheat it whole and slice it when warm...true? It seems like it would be easier to slice when cool - but will I lose flavor?

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For reheating the next day, I usually keep them in the resting foil and put them in a 250° oven (on a tray just in case there is a pinhole leak). I add a little jazzed up beef stock. This usually takes about 1-1/2 hours. I guess my internal is 150° or so. Slicing at the last minute keeps them moister.
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