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Brisket, Wings, Stuffed Tostito\'s & tater\'s

MeatosBanditosMeatosBanditos Posts: 259
edited 1:18AM in EggHead Forum
A lot of Egg food this weekend...

Early Saturday morning at about 1:45AM I placed a 10.5lb whole brisket on the egg. It cooked faster than I was hoping, ending around noon, but I wrapped it well and threw it in the cooler to save for dinner.

In addition to that, I cooked some Wings on the egg, after they cooked I poured buffalo sauce on them. Some one recently posted stuffed tostito's on the forum, so I tried those as well and had some left over meat to stuff some potatoes. In all, there were probably 50 of the stuffed tostitos, I took most of them off and the extended rack before the picture.

I did not get a picture of the asparagus I cooked or the pineapple. For the whole meal, all but one item was done on the egg to cook for 9 guests. Couldn't be happier with my egg and digiQ.
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Comments

  • Nice
  • crawdadcrawdad Posts: 115
    That brisket looks tender and delicious. I've got to try those stuffed Tostito's one of these days.
  • run4jcrun4jc Posts: 107
    Man, that brisket looks amazing. Major good eats. Was it as tender as it looks?
  • Thanks! It was great, there wasn't a single piece left over after the guests had some. Very tender indeed. I left it in the cooler for 5 hours, then sliced it up and brushed some CowTown BBQ sauce on it. Then let it sit in a hot oven (cooling down from baked potatoes) until the rest of the food was ready.
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