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How to fridge and reheat brisket

JeevesJeeves Posts: 461
edited 11:05AM in EggHead Forum
I need to take some brisket into work for some folks to test (a coworker wants me to smoke 3 for him since his 'smoker company' out by his ranch burned down).[p]How can I go about cooking, resting, fridging, then reheating at work for folks?[p]I'm figuring I gook, AF+cooler, then let it come to room temp, then fridge.[p]Take it to work with some beef broth/water and put it in the slow cooker for 3 hours (high for one hour then low for remainder)[p]Suggestions please..[p]-Jeeves


  • Jeeves,I like your idea but I have done many a brisket and find that putting a little apple juice in non stick skillet and adding your sliced brisket, then cover, it's ready in a very few minutes.

  • JeevesJeeves Posts: 461
    Letts-Do-It,[p]Thanks - I've been asking for a cooktop/oven at work for 10 years, but for fire regulations....[p]Maybe I could do the same thing on a plate in the microwave (we do have one that rotates) - do it at a low settings..???
  • Jeeves,I have never tried in the microwave but I am sure you would get a like result. I just like the skillet method better cause it can sit there and heat and not dry out. The microwave you have to do for a few seconds and then test, heat some more. That's why I like the use of a covered skillet, always juicy.

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