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Brisket done, what to do with point

City SlickerCity Slicker Posts: 95
edited 1:11PM in EggHead Forum
My brisket got to 180, tested it with fork, point was tender but not flat, at 185, fork twisted easy in flat and point. Pulled it off and separated the two. Told the wife I was going to put the point back on for a few more hours and she pointed out the overdone dry brisket attempts from the past. So I wrapped and coolered both pieces. So I am torn as to what to do with the point, leave it in cooler and chop it up later, or return it to the egg, the fork test showed it done. Tasted a slice from where I separated the two pieces. Wow, if it comes out of the cooler like that, I will have achieved my first "succulent" brisket. Thanks for all the tips so far everyone.

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  • The Naked WhizThe Naked Whiz Posts: 7,780
    City Slicker,
    I would make burnt ends from the point. I would have put it back into the cooker for a couple of hours, then chopped it, added some sauce, returned it to the cooker for another 1/2 hour or so, and then served on sandwhiches.[p]TNW

    The Naked Whiz
  • The Naked Whiz, Thanks for the reply, I think I will refrigerate the point and cook it more later, if that will work. Burnt ends are essentially overdone brisket point and pieces of flat ? Then the sauce gives them juiciness ? I have seen some recipes for them, it was just that the point seemed done already. This is my first brisket with point attached so I don't really know which way to go.

  • AvocadosAvocados Posts: 465
    I like to cut it up into cubes and make some incredible beef stew.[p]In addition to the usuall potatoes, onions, and carots, I like to add lots of other veggies such as corn, mushrooms, zuccini, peas, okra, or whatever is on hand . . .
  • Avocados,
    good idea, I can taste it now

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