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Unread 06-15-2010, 10:40 PM   #1
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Default new brisket method

OK, there is some sassy language in this but the brisket technique is something we can all learn from.
http://www.youtube.com/user/chickeng.../1/-WA3sSaDi9k

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Looks to me like he just wasted a piece of meat, might have to give it a try with a roast tho. The way the pooch looked at the bowl of grease I would be iffy about giving it a try....
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Gotta try that this weekend on that expensive Waygu Brisket I just ordered !!
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I only made it to the two minute mark, I feel dumber for watching it that long...
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You. Penalty Box. NOW!!!!

When your dog won't eat your cooking......
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So that's what my brisket has been missing all this time.. I need to knead it in BBQ sauce and water like it's a piece of dough in some flour. GREAT SCOTT!
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hfYJsQAhl0
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I don't know about the cooking, but I'm definitely taking notes on how I can polish up my video editing.
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So yea ummmmm....
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I stopped watching when he starting prepping the veggies.
Think this is more roast than bbq.
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LOL.... so much "technique" there I don't know where to begin.

From his fine selection of ales, rubs... cooking equipment.

My real concern? what was he going to do with the recycled
"sauce" he put back in the bottle AFTER the meat "jacuzzi" went down.

I see a sponsership in his future.....
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I stopped watching when he starting prepping the veggies.
Think this is more roast than bbq.

If you soak it in BBQ sauce it has to be BBQ
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At least he admitted that it was more a roast than a smoked brisket. I did like his smoker though - kind of a mini-Lockhart style setup.
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I was really expecting him to crunch up some Doritos on there.
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