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brisketeers...question for you...

Bama ChadBama Chad Posts: 153
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
I've only done 1 brisket, and doing another tomorrow for the game. I like to cook the opposing team..ribs for Arky, corndogs for LSU, duck for Aubarn, you get the idea ;) . I respect the 'horns so going to do them right...

OK, so picked up a 6 lb packer, i know not very big, but it's what it is...so your suppose to cut flat against the grain..so tell me which way is the grain going here? figured this would be best way to know for sure and get your guidance.

1st 2 pics, are fat side up, point to the left, grain looks to be north to south?

2nd 2 pics, reverse side, fat side down, grain looks to be east to west..I assume this is correct direction of grain but just wanted to get some opinions...my brisket knowledge is limited are far as actual cooking, but have researched a bit on the sites...

seems like both sides contradict each other...

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