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edited June 2012
I've got to smoke two briskets tomorrow but I'm not serving them until Sunday night. How should I reheat them? Should I store them whole or cut them up? I appreciate any help or tips. Thanks
I cut mine last time. I beleive the more experienced will tell you to put them in a food saver and heat them up in water to serve.
Steve Van Wert, Ohio XL BGE
I agree, the best way to reheat any perfectly cooked meat is in a hot water bath. Every other method I can think of cooks the meat again, leading to over done.
Crock pot on low should warm it up.
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