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Old 08-28-2017, 02:36 PM   #1
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Going to do a 30pcs smoked brisket for school event. What is the quickest way to chop up brisket?
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Old 08-28-2017, 02:48 PM   #2
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Wait wait. What? You're going to cook 30 whole briskets and don't know how to slice them?

I applaud your DGAF attitude in tackling 30 of the most difficult to cook pieces of BBQ good sir.
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Two cleavers ... one for each hand.
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Saw a video one time of a guy using an attachment on his drill to pull pork?!
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Small Wood Chipper..?
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Small Wood Chipper..?
What a silly answer.


With that much brisket he should use a medium to large chipper.
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Food processor? If the brisket is tender, I don't see why not. Been thinking about giving it a go.
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+1 on the two meat cleavers. Chopped is chopped. pulled is not the same thing.
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Old 08-28-2017, 07:58 PM   #11
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Normally I slice my brisket. But the school wants me make chopped sandwich. Last time I did 40 but rental a meat slicer took me over 3hrs. By myself.
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I think the school needs to supply some Chopper Folks..... or a small wood chipper....

have a chopping party.......

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Hopefully this event is still on. Down here in houston we are riding in boats to get around. I want to thank the Cajun navy for coming out to help us.
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