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Unread 01-05-2010, 06:33 PM   #31
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I wish I could buy just the points off of briskets.
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You can. The only problem is they have been corned and even soaking them won't help to remove all the salt. I tried one. Had to throw it away. All points all the time an I'd be in Beef Heaven!
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The use of the word 'authentic' implies that any other method is fake. If there was only one way to make pizza, we wouldn't have all the variety available that we do. If pulled pork was only done the western NC way, we'd have only red vinegar on pulled pork.

Using terms that infer a negative means that things will be taken in a negative light.

I'd also say that, when I'm making burnt ends by chopping the point and putting it back in the smoker, I'm not just simulating what happens when the edges of the brisket are overcooked. That may be what was originally thought of as burnt ends, but if that's what I wanted, I'd just make sure my brisket came out that way. With that, I don't agree that the 'authentic' firm needs to be mentioned whenever 'fake' burnt ends are discussed. Not every post needs to include everything about an item.
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I wish I could buy just the points off of briskets.
Some of our Albertsons have fresh points on their own. Worth a look!
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Hmmm, apparently I would need to drive to SoCal to do that, that is awful close to the 9th ring of hell.
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Some meat brokers can get points by the case. A couple of local KC bbq joints get them for their burnt ends.
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Some meat brokers can get points by the case. A couple of local KC bbq joints get them for their burnt ends.
Don't you mean "authentic" burnt ends.

For me, it's funny how we have to labled things and define what is and is not, I'm just not wired that way.

BUT. Think about if this way, If I'm going to tell someone how to make burnt ends, I'll tell them to use point, not go out, cook a whole brisket and trim off the edges and trimmings and use that. That's Brisket Scraps, a whole different category.

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^^ I just licked the sreen...true story
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I'm not even going to get into this but all I know is those up there,^^ I just might kill for.
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i am either too old (or too young)....but i thought burnt ends just happened when you cook a brisket. i dont recall ever hearing any old timer say "hey...lets make some burnt ends!"

as long as i can remember burnt ends was doing something with the brisket that wasnt served sliced (the best part). the ends were chunked and served as burnt ends or chopped along with the rest of the brisket that wasnt good enough to slice and used for sandwiches.

just my $0.02....but talking about "making" burnt ends and then raving about the taste (vs raving about the sliced brisket) is funny. the part about someone "inventing" burnt ends is funny too.
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Don't you mean "authentic" burnt ends.

For me, it's funny how we have to labled things and define what is and is not, I'm just not wired that way.

BUT. Think about if this way, If I'm going to tell someone how to make burnt ends, I'll tell them to use point, not go out, cook a whole brisket and trim off the edges and trimmings and use that. That's Brisket Scraps, a whole different category.

Please tell me how to make this. I must make this. This looks like heaven.
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Please tell me how to make this. I must make this. This looks like heaven.
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I wish I could buy just the points off of briskets.
I wish I could just buy chicken skin
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