Barbecue (alt.food.barbecue) Discuss barbecue and grilling--southern style "low and slow" smoking of ribs, shoulders and briskets, as well as direct heat grilling of everything from burgers to salmon to vegetables.

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Old 21-12-2004, 01:59 AM
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I scewed up my last brisket and looking for an easy but tasty recipe.
Dry rub with or without basting. Thanks in advance.

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I scewed up my last brisket and looking for an easy but tasty recipe.
Dry rub with or without basting. Thanks in advance.


Fresh ground black pepper
Salt
Onion powder
Garlic powder

Cook on the grill (fat between the meat and the heat) at about 250 to 300
'til a fork twists easily when inserted in the meat

BOB


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If this post appears twice _ I'm sorry for the mess up.

I scewed up my last brisket and looking for an easy but tasty recipe.
Dry rub with or without basting. Thanks in advance.


Dry rub without basting.

BBQ
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Old 21-12-2004, 12:36 PM
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Cook on the grill (fat between the meat and the heat) at about 250 to 300
'til a fork twists easily when inserted in the meat

BOB
I use a large BGE. I plan on keeping the meat fat side up. Do you agree
with that?



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Cook on the grill (fat between the meat and the heat) at about 250
to 300 'til a fork twists easily when inserted in the meat

BOB
I use a large BGE. I plan on keeping the meat fat side up. Do you
agree with that?


Not actually. I cook my briskets on a Kamado direct, no heat deflector,
so fat is down. With a heat deflector, I understand that you would be
correct, though I've never tried a brisket indirect. I'm not likely to
try any time soon since everyone seems to be satisfied with the results of
direct heat and fat down.
In ceramics, everything I've heard, read and experienced says that basting
is un-necessary and can sometimes actually dry out the meat since the
humidity can escape when you open the lid. Of course, YMMV.

BOB




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Old 21-12-2004, 02:34 PM
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Cook on the grill (fat between the meat and the heat) at about 250 to

300
'til a fork twists easily when inserted in the meat

BOB
I use a large BGE. I plan on keeping the meat fat side up. Do you agree
with that?



In a ceramic, since there is plenty of radiant heat it doesn't matter too
much whether the fat is up or down, but I do my briskets (Kamado) with the
fat down. The rub you choose adds flavor to the bark, but it doesn't make
or break the cook. As BOB said, S&P, some garlic powder, maybe some paprika
are all you really need, but you can find several good rubs on the faq that
you can make yourself.
Basting doesn't help a brisket much and the opening and closing of your Egg
just adds time to the cook.
Cook a brisket at 250 - 300 with some wood mixed in with your lump until the
meat passes the fork test (twists easily when inserted into the flat).

Jack Curry





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