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brisket reheat recommendation?

GreygooseGreygoose Posts: 103
edited October 2011 in EGGtoberfest
I need to start cooking my briskets the night before the meal and i'm looking for some recommendations on the best way to reheat. I did just about nothing last time other than a slow warm up in the oven or a skillet with what little juice was on it. It was ok, but needed some juice. whats the general consensus concerning the issue. 

i'd be cooking the brisket the night before, letting it rest, then storing it wrapped in foil in Tupperware in the fridge till the next nights dinner.

thanx

greygoose
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  • LDDLDD Posts: 1,225
    edited October 2011
    What's worked for me is opening up the foil add in some liquid and reheat. The last couple of times was on a gasser on the top rack while I was grilling. Coke is fairly common. I think people also use dr. Pepper. Last time I used a coffee based rub and reheated with some coffee. It was
    Great.

    I don't know if a skillet is the way to go. You definitely want to keep that environment sealed up and moist
    context is important :)
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