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    biig Guest

    Default Brisket report

    The brisket turned out nice and tender, but the rub was a bit
    overpowering. I thinned out the beef stock that was infused with the rub
    that came off the meat, with water (I didn't have any more beef stock) and
    seasonings. The gravy turned out fine after I adjusted it and the vegs were
    good. It didn't seem much different than other pot roasts I've done (many
    in the last 50 years) so won't be looking for brisket again unless the price
    is better than a beef roast. Thanks for all the input......Sharon in Canada



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    Gorio Guest

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    biig;1507091 Wrote:
    > The brisket turned out nice and tender, but the rub was a bit
    > overpowering. I thinned out the beef stock that was infused with the
    > rub
    > that came off the meat, with water (I didn't have any more beef stock)
    > and
    > seasonings. The gravy turned out fine after I adjusted it and the vegs
    > were
    > good. It didn't seem much different than other pot roasts I've done
    > (many
    > in the last 50 years) so won't be looking for brisket again unless the
    > price
    > is better than a beef roast. Thanks for all the input......Sharon in
    > Canada


    Briskets are just ideal for smoking, as they have a bit of fat on top
    and some through the middle that make it ideal for cooking for a long
    period while losing the fat as it slowly melts awat and into the meat.

    I've never crocked one. Thanks for sharing.




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    Becca Guest

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    On 7/20/2010 7:06 AM, biig wrote:
    > The brisket turned out nice and tender, but the rub was a bit
    > overpowering. I thinned out the beef stock that was infused with the rub
    > that came off the meat, with water (I didn't have any more beef stock) and
    > seasonings. The gravy turned out fine after I adjusted it and the vegs were
    > good. It didn't seem much different than other pot roasts I've done (many
    > in the last 50 years) so won't be looking for brisket again unless the price
    > is better than a beef roast. Thanks for all the input......Sharon in Canada
    >


    Brisket is fairly inexpensive in our area, it is around 99 per pound,
    untrimmed and $!.79 per pound, trimmed.

    Becca

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    sf Guest

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    On Tue, 20 Jul 2010 15:20:30 -0500, Becca <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Brisket is fairly inexpensive in our area, it is around 99 per pound,
    > untrimmed and $!.79 per pound, trimmed.


    Wow!

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    ImStillMags Guest

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    On Jul 20, 1:20*pm, Becca <bec...@hal-pc.org> wrote:

    >
    > Brisket is fairly inexpensive in our area, it is around 99 per pound,
    > untrimmed and $!.79 per pound, trimmed.
    >
    > Becca


    wow......I want to shop in your stores.......

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    Larry Guest

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    Becca wrote:
    > On 7/20/2010 7:06 AM, biig wrote:
    >> The brisket turned out nice and tender, but the rub was a bit
    >> overpowering. I thinned out the beef stock that was infused with the
    >> rub
    >> that came off the meat, with water (I didn't have any more beef
    >> stock) and
    >> seasonings. The gravy turned out fine after I adjusted it and the
    >> vegs were
    >> good. It didn't seem much different than other pot roasts I've done
    >> (many
    >> in the last 50 years) so won't be looking for brisket again unless
    >> the price
    >> is better than a beef roast. Thanks for all the input......Sharon in
    >> Canada

    >
    > Brisket is fairly inexpensive in our area, it is around 99 per pound,
    > untrimmed and $!.79 per pound, trimmed.
    >
    > Becca

    That's cheap. Do you have those prices reversed?

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    Becca Guest

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    On 7/20/2010 5:41 PM, Larry wrote:
    >> Brisket is fairly inexpensive in our area, it is around 99 per
    >> pound, untrimmed and $!.79 per pound, trimmed.
    >>
    >> Becca

    >
    > That's cheap. Do you have those prices reversed?


    Sorry about that, I meant to say, $1.79 per pound, trimmed.

    Becca

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    Becca Guest

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    On 7/20/2010 4:36 PM, ImStillMags wrote:
    > On Jul 20, 1:20 pm, Becca<bec...@hal-pc.org> wrote:
    >
    >
    >> Brisket is fairly inexpensive in our area, it is around 99 per pound,
    >> untrimmed and $!.79 per pound, trimmed.
    >>
    >> Becca
    >>

    > wow......I want to shop in your stores.......
    >


    Brisket is fairly popular around here, these prices could be a loss
    leader to get you into the store.

    Becca

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    sf Guest

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    On Tue, 20 Jul 2010 17:50:42 -0500, Becca <[email protected]> wrote:

    > On 7/20/2010 5:41 PM, Larry wrote:
    > >> Brisket is fairly inexpensive in our area, it is around 99 per
    > >> pound, untrimmed and $!.79 per pound, trimmed.
    > >>
    > >> Becca

    > >
    > > That's cheap. Do you have those prices reversed?

    >
    > Sorry about that, I meant to say, $1.79 per pound, trimmed.
    >

    Whew. That's more like it.


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