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1ST BRISKET NEED HELP

ALAL Posts: 80
edited 2:15PM in EggHead Forum
PLEASE HELP, NEED A FULL PROOF WAY TO COOK A BRISKET?? WHAT TO VACUUM PACK IT AND TAKE IT TO EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK FOR A CAMPOUT FISHING TRIP WITH THE GUYS, I HAVE A FLAT ABOUT 7-8 POUNDS TO COOK.

AL

Comments

  • RascalRascal Posts: 3,785
    That's a mighty tall order if you ain't done one before! Why not do something easier, like a but, for example. I've never tried a brisket but have read of lots of horror stories from those attemptding to climb the learning curve. Best wishes!! 8 - )
  • FlaPoolmanFlaPoolman Posts: 11,675
    Not a traditional way to cook a brisket but it is foolproof and great for precooking and reheating.

    http://bbqcamper.com/Beef-Brisket.php
  • fishlessmanfishlessman Posts: 22,890
    i ve never had a bad brisket off the egg, they are either good or very good. here is my worst one, i wasnt happy with the way it tasted, kinda potroasty for some reason, chunked it up and simmered in sauce stove top and then it was even good cold the next morning in the rain while fishing. not a picture perfect sliced piece, but still good eats, i think those that say its so hard arent cooking it long enough, or just dont want you to know how to do it.
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  • RascalRascal Posts: 3,785
    Thanks... I'll give it a try!!
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