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Posted: 6/22/2003 2:27:49 PM EDT
Brisket, slow-cooked in a beer BBQ sauce...."

Now that I've set your taste buds in motion, anybody have a recipe for just such a delicacy?

There is a local BBQ place here that serves it. I took my kids there this afternoon, and they liked my dinner better than theirs. Now, I can see the 6 year old liking BBQ (as she was born in Arlington TX), but my 9yo son surprised me since he usually doesn't like anything spicy.

Semper Fi,
Stranded in NY_________________________________________




Link Posted: 6/22/2003 4:27:54 PM EDT

Don't know about the recipe you are looking for, but a lot of times I cook a brisket similar to that.

The way I do it is wrapped tightly in heavy duty foil, and just before I seal it up I add the hot b-b-q sauce (the absolutely Wild brand from Wally world) and 1 beer. Seal tightly to keep steam in, cook about 6-8 hours. I also add sliced onions and other seasonings.

I like it... fullclip

Link Posted: 6/22/2003 9:05:33 PM EDT

Originally Posted By fullclip:

The way I do it is wrapped tightly in heavy duty foil, and just before I seal it up I add the hot b-b-q sauce (the absolutely Wild brand from Wally world) and 1 beer. Seal tightly to keep steam in, cook about 6-8 hours. I also add sliced onions and other seasonings.





GRUMBLE GRUMBLE.... sorry...that was my stomach I'm going to try that recipe.

Rob
Link Posted: 6/24/2003 11:10:49 AM EDT
Guns, IM TheRedGoat. That boy can make a brisket sit up on its legs and sing "Ave Maria." Seriously, I've had two or three that he's cooked, and he is the man with the plan when it comes to brisket.
Link Posted: 6/24/2003 11:30:31 AM EDT
kettle?, aluminum foil. you guys are killing me.

season salt and slow smoke about 250 deg F. for 8 hrs over oak, hickory mesquite, and pecan wood.
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