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how does this sound for a brisket?

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by nc87k5, Jul 17, 2006.

  1. nc87k5

    nc87k5 3/4 ton status

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    I found this on Anheuser-Busch.com. I figured it would be rather tastey and I would share with you guys. Here is a link with more recipes. Enjoy!

    "Beef Brisket Braised in AmberBock with Mango Ketchupeno"


     
  2. Corey 78K5

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    Isn't brisket for poor white trash type people?
     
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    :rolleyes: maybe. you can replace it with whatever you like futhermocker! :p:
     
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    Food is food, eat it or die
     
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    Yep, we cook it at my trailer all the time. Your mother says "Hi".:wink1: :D :haha: :haha:

    John
     
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    Listen up Okie, brisket takes skill, patience, and a gentle hand.



















    Unlike your Momma.:wink1:
     
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    :haha: :haha: :haha: :haha: :haha:
     
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    :confused: WTF is a brisket? Anything like a tri tip?:confused:
     
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    kind of. it is generally a flat brisket, which is this:

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    the ones I cook generally run around 10 lbs and take 13 or so hours on the smoker @ 200-225 deg with constant monitoring and mopping.
     
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    Hunk o' cow --- YUMMMMMY :)
     
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    smoky spicy fall-apart-in-your-mouth hunk o' cow ---- extra yummy.
     
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    damn that looks good!
     
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    Alright, total hijack; here are some of the 80lbs I cooked at the last BBQ:

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    Nothing at all like a tri tip. As a matter of fact I can't find tri tip back here:mad: Anyways You know how the stores sell corned beef during St. Patrick's Day. Well brisket is the same cut of meat but only in it's raw form. People out here really have no clue as to how to use a grill they think that if a piece of meat taste like two days worth of smoke that is good:rolleyes: I swear I'm in the land of people who like to eat sh!t that taste bad..............

    Flame on focktards:D
     
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    OOOOOOHHHHH! I am going to call all the wrath of Oklahomadom on your ass son. :eek1:


    You must be seriously warped to not like the lovely smoked animal flesh, I pray that tomorrow there is a gang of wife-beater-wearing mullet-having deranged trailer dwellers burning a cross made of beef and pork in your front yard.:D



    Seriously though, something's wrong your tastebuds.:p:
     
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    Nothing wrong with My taste bud's I learned what good food was all about from being raised in California................................
    :D :D
     
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    enjoy yer bean sprouts and tofu focktard.
     
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    LMAO....
    Sorry I just prefer My meat grilled over charcoal I cant stand smoked meat unless it salmon or steelhead and then I only want it smoked for 12 hours with a mild wood. Don't worry I say the same stuff to all the guys at work. They like to call Me Yankee for some reason............
     
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    Actually, I am very picky about what I will and won't smoke. Brisket is my favorite followed by kokanee salmon and good native trout. I too prefer a steak or even better Ahi tuna steak seared rae over a super hot charcoal fire (I do not go for gas unless camping with fire restictions or super thin meat).

    I just like my brisket, and the occasional pork butt or shoulder smoked to the nether regions of hell.
     
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    Grilled Tuna focking rocks. I like it with teriyaki.
     

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