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BabyJane Hudson wrote:
:: Fabulous Beef Brisket
::
:: Ingredients:
::
:: 1 3 - 4 LB Beef Brisket
:: 1 Bottle Stubb's Beef Marinade
:: 1 six pack of your favorite "ale" beer
:: 2 TBS Maple Syrup
:: 2 TBS Deli Mustard
:: 1 TSP Celery Seed
:: 1 TBS Olive Oil
:: 2 Bottle Stubb's Bar-B-Q Sauce*
::
:: * Use Original or Spicy for everyone or Smokey Mesquite if there
are
:: any kids.
::
:: Instructions:
::
:: Put Brisket into large Ziplock bag along with one bottle of Stubb's
:: Beef Marinade. Marinade at least three hours (or leave overnight
for a
:: more intense flavor).
::
:: Remove Brisket from bag and place Brisket into preheated stock pot
:: with oil. Braise Brisket on all sides, then add one bottle of beer,
:: maple syrup, mustard, celery seed and one bottle of Stubb's Bar-B-Q
:: sauce (Original for an authentic Texas flavor, Spicy if you like it
:: hot or Smokey Mesquite for a little sweetness if you have kids at
the
:: table). Simmer on low heat for four to five hours. Periodically
check
:: pot and add additional beer and Stubb's Bar-B-Q sauce as needed.
::
:: When brisket flakes at the rake of a fork your meal is nearly ready
:: for consumption! Turn off stove, pull apart the brisket and serve
on
:: warm French Bread rolls and enjoy with the left over beer. This
meal
:: goes great with cole slaw, green beans and mashed pototatoes.

Eewww.

I don't know what that is, but it's *NOT* BBQ.

BOB


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On Tue 11 Apr 2006 06:36:21p, Thus Spake Zarathustra, or was it BOB?

BabyJane Hudson wrote:
:: Fabulous Beef Brisket
::
:: Ingredients:
::
:: 1 3 - 4 LB Beef Brisket
:: 1 Bottle Stubb's Beef Marinade
:: 1 six pack of your favorite "ale" beer
:: 2 TBS Maple Syrup
:: 2 TBS Deli Mustard
:: 1 TSP Celery Seed
:: 1 TBS Olive Oil
:: 2 Bottle Stubb's Bar-B-Q Sauce*
::
:: * Use Original or Spicy for everyone or Smokey Mesquite if there are
:: any kids.
::
:: Instructions:
::
:: Put Brisket into large Ziplock bag along with one bottle of Stubb's
:: Beef Marinade. Marinade at least three hours (or leave overnight for
:: a more intense flavor).
::
:: Remove Brisket from bag and place Brisket into preheated stock pot
:: with oil. Braise Brisket on all sides, then add one bottle of beer,
:: maple syrup, mustard, celery seed and one bottle of Stubb's Bar-B-Q
:: sauce (Original for an authentic Texas flavor, Spicy if you like it
:: hot or Smokey Mesquite for a little sweetness if you have kids at
:: the table). Simmer on low heat for four to five hours. Periodically
:: check pot and add additional beer and Stubb's Bar-B-Q sauce as
:: needed.
::
:: When brisket flakes at the rake of a fork your meal is nearly ready
:: for consumption! Turn off stove, pull apart the brisket and serve on
:: warm French Bread rolls and enjoy with the left over beer. This meal
:: goes great with cole slaw, green beans and mashed pototatoes.

Eewww.

I don't know what that is, but it's *NOT* BBQ.

BOB


No one said it was BBQ. It simply uses barbeque sauce in the recipe.

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Wayne Boatwright wrote:
:: On Tue 11 Apr 2006 06:36:21p, Thus Spake Zarathustra, or was it
BOB?
::
::: BabyJane Hudson wrote:
::::: Fabulous Beef Brisket
:::::
::::: Ingredients:
:::::
::::: 1 3 - 4 LB Beef Brisket
::::: 1 Bottle Stubb's Beef Marinade
::::: 1 six pack of your favorite "ale" beer
::::: 2 TBS Maple Syrup
::::: 2 TBS Deli Mustard
::::: 1 TSP Celery Seed
::::: 1 TBS Olive Oil
::::: 2 Bottle Stubb's Bar-B-Q Sauce*
:::::
::::: * Use Original or Spicy for everyone or Smokey Mesquite if there
are
::::: any kids.
:::::
::::: Instructions:
:::::
::::: Put Brisket into large Ziplock bag along with one bottle of
Stubb's
::::: Beef Marinade. Marinade at least three hours (or leave overnight
for
::::: a more intense flavor).
:::::
::::: Remove Brisket from bag and place Brisket into preheated stock
pot
::::: with oil. Braise Brisket on all sides, then add one bottle of
beer,
::::: maple syrup, mustard, celery seed and one bottle of Stubb's
Bar-B-Q
::::: sauce (Original for an authentic Texas flavor, Spicy if you like
it
::::: hot or Smokey Mesquite for a little sweetness if you have kids
at
::::: the table). Simmer on low heat for four to five hours.
Periodically
::::: check pot and add additional beer and Stubb's Bar-B-Q sauce as
::::: needed.
:::::
::::: When brisket flakes at the rake of a fork your meal is nearly
ready
::::: for consumption! Turn off stove, pull apart the brisket and
serve on
::::: warm French Bread rolls and enjoy with the left over beer. This
meal
::::: goes great with cole slaw, green beans and mashed pototatoes.
:::
::: Eewww.
:::
::: I don't know what that is, but it's *NOT* BBQ.
:::
::: BOB
::
:: No one said it was BBQ. It simply uses barbeque sauce in the
recipe.
::
:: --
:: Wayne Boatwright @@
:: _____________________

READ the subject line. Duh

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On Tue 11 Apr 2006 07:06:10p, Thus Spake Zarathustra, or was it BOB?

Wayne Boatwright wrote:
:: On Tue 11 Apr 2006 06:36:21p, Thus Spake Zarathustra, or was it BOB?
::
::: BabyJane Hudson wrote:
::::: Fabulous Beef Brisket
:::::
::::: Ingredients:
:::::
::::: 1 3 - 4 LB Beef Brisket
::::: 1 Bottle Stubb's Beef Marinade
::::: 1 six pack of your favorite "ale" beer
::::: 2 TBS Maple Syrup
::::: 2 TBS Deli Mustard
::::: 1 TSP Celery Seed
::::: 1 TBS Olive Oil
::::: 2 Bottle Stubb's Bar-B-Q Sauce*
:::::
::::: * Use Original or Spicy for everyone or Smokey Mesquite if there
::::: are any kids.
:::::
::::: Instructions:
:::::
::::: Put Brisket into large Ziplock bag along with one bottle of
::::: Stubb's Beef Marinade. Marinade at least three hours (or leave
::::: overnight for a more intense flavor).
:::::
::::: Remove Brisket from bag and place Brisket into preheated stock
::::: pot with oil. Braise Brisket on all sides, then add one bottle of
::::: beer, maple syrup, mustard, celery seed and one bottle of Stubb's
::::: Bar-B-Q sauce (Original for an authentic Texas flavor, Spicy if
::::: you like it hot or Smokey Mesquite for a little sweetness if you
::::: have kids at the table). Simmer on low heat for four to five
::::: hours. Periodically check pot and add additional beer and Stubb's
::::: Bar-B-Q sauce as needed.
:::::
::::: When brisket flakes at the rake of a fork your meal is nearly
::::: ready for consumption! Turn off stove, pull apart the brisket and
::::: serve on warm French Bread rolls and enjoy with the left over
::::: beer. This meal goes great with cole slaw, green beans and mashed
::::: pototatoes.
:::
::: Eewww.
:::
::: I don't know what that is, but it's *NOT* BBQ.
:::
::: BOB
::
:: No one said it was BBQ. It simply uses barbeque sauce in the
:: recipe.
::
:: --
:: Wayne Boatwright @@ _____________________

READ the subject line. Duh


Oh, horseshit. The name of the recipe is "Fabulous Beef Brisket". As far
as I'm concerned, I read the subject as Stubbs BBQ [brand] Beef Brisket
recipe.

Duh!

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Wayne Boatwright wrote:
:: On Tue 11 Apr 2006 07:06:10p, Thus Spake Zarathustra, or was it
BOB?
::
::: Wayne Boatwright wrote:
::::: On Tue 11 Apr 2006 06:36:21p, Thus Spake Zarathustra, or was it
BOB?
:::::
:::::: BabyJane Hudson wrote:
:::::::: Fabulous Beef Brisket
::::::::
:::::::: Ingredients:
::::::::
:::::::: 1 3 - 4 LB Beef Brisket
:::::::: 1 Bottle Stubb's Beef Marinade
:::::::: 1 six pack of your favorite "ale" beer
:::::::: 2 TBS Maple Syrup
:::::::: 2 TBS Deli Mustard
:::::::: 1 TSP Celery Seed
:::::::: 1 TBS Olive Oil
:::::::: 2 Bottle Stubb's Bar-B-Q Sauce*
::::::::
:::::::: * Use Original or Spicy for everyone or Smokey Mesquite if
there
:::::::: are any kids.
::::::::
:::::::: Instructions:
::::::::
:::::::: Put Brisket into large Ziplock bag along with one bottle of
:::::::: Stubb's Beef Marinade. Marinade at least three hours (or
leave
:::::::: overnight for a more intense flavor).
::::::::
:::::::: Remove Brisket from bag and place Brisket into preheated
stock
:::::::: pot with oil. Braise Brisket on all sides, then add one
bottle of
:::::::: beer, maple syrup, mustard, celery seed and one bottle of
Stubb's
:::::::: Bar-B-Q sauce (Original for an authentic Texas flavor, Spicy
if
:::::::: you like it hot or Smokey Mesquite for a little sweetness if
you
:::::::: have kids at the table). Simmer on low heat for four to five
:::::::: hours. Periodically check pot and add additional beer and
Stubb's
:::::::: Bar-B-Q sauce as needed.
::::::::
:::::::: When brisket flakes at the rake of a fork your meal is nearly
:::::::: ready for consumption! Turn off stove, pull apart the brisket
and
:::::::: serve on warm French Bread rolls and enjoy with the left
over
:::::::: beer. This meal goes great with cole slaw, green beans and
mashed
:::::::: pototatoes.
::::::
:::::: Eewww.
::::::
:::::: I don't know what that is, but it's *NOT* BBQ.
::::::
:::::: BOB
:::::
::::: No one said it was BBQ. It simply uses barbeque sauce in the
::::: recipe.
:::::
::::: --
::::: Wayne Boatwright @@ _____________________
:::
::: READ the subject line. Duh
::
:: Oh, horseshit. The name of the recipe is "Fabulous Beef Brisket".
As far
:: as I'm concerned, I read the subject as Stubbs BBQ [brand] Beef
Brisket
:: recipe.
::
:: Duh!
::
:: --
:: Wayne Boatwright @@
:: _____________________

Oh horseshit yourself. READ THE SUBJECT LINE as it is posted. Not as
your hairbrained shit-for-brains reads it.

You ****ing made a mistake. Admit it and don't HORSE SHIT me.

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On Tue 11 Apr 2006 08:17:53p, Thus Spake Zarathustra, or was it Steve Wertz?

On 12 Apr 2006 04:50:32 +0200, Wayne Boatwright
wayneboatwright_at_gmail.com wrote:

Oh, horseshit. The name of the recipe is "Fabulous Beef Brisket". As far
as I'm concerned, I read the subject as Stubbs BBQ [brand] Beef Brisket
recipe.


Stubbs is a restaurant serving slow-smoked BBQ fare in Austin, TX.
Their sauces are for marinating meat beforehand, and using
afterwards. Not cooking *in*. Even Stubbs himself would agree.

Cooking in BBQ sauce is not BBQ.


The name of the recipe does not describe BBQ.

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On Tue 11 Apr 2006 08:04:42p, Thus Spake Zarathustra, or was it BOB?

Wayne Boatwright wrote:
:: On Tue 11 Apr 2006 07:06:10p, Thus Spake Zarathustra, or was it BOB?
::
::: Wayne Boatwright wrote:
::::: On Tue 11 Apr 2006 06:36:21p, Thus Spake Zarathustra, or was it
::::: BOB?
:::::
:::::: BabyJane Hudson wrote:
:::::::: Fabulous Beef Brisket
::::::::
:::::::: Ingredients:
::::::::
:::::::: 1 3 - 4 LB Beef Brisket
:::::::: 1 Bottle Stubb's Beef Marinade
:::::::: 1 six pack of your favorite "ale" beer
:::::::: 2 TBS Maple Syrup
:::::::: 2 TBS Deli Mustard
:::::::: 1 TSP Celery Seed
:::::::: 1 TBS Olive Oil
:::::::: 2 Bottle Stubb's Bar-B-Q Sauce*
::::::::
:::::::: * Use Original or Spicy for everyone or Smokey Mesquite if
:::::::: there are any kids.
::::::::
:::::::: Instructions:
::::::::
:::::::: Put Brisket into large Ziplock bag along with one bottle of
:::::::: Stubb's Beef Marinade. Marinade at least three hours (or leave
:::::::: overnight for a more intense flavor).
::::::::
:::::::: Remove Brisket from bag and place Brisket into preheated stock
:::::::: pot with oil. Braise Brisket on all sides, then add one bottle
:::::::: of beer, maple syrup, mustard, celery seed and one bottle of
:::::::: Stubb's Bar-B-Q sauce (Original for an authentic Texas flavor,
:::::::: Spicy if you like it hot or Smokey Mesquite for a little
:::::::: sweetness if you have kids at the table). Simmer on low heat
:::::::: for four to five hours. Periodically check pot and add
:::::::: additional beer and Stubb's Bar-B-Q sauce as needed.
::::::::
:::::::: When brisket flakes at the rake of a fork your meal is nearly
:::::::: ready for consumption! Turn off stove, pull apart the brisket
:::::::: and serve on warm French Bread rolls and enjoy with the left
:::::::: over beer. This meal goes great with cole slaw, green beans
:::::::: and mashed pototatoes.
::::::
:::::: Eewww.
::::::
:::::: I don't know what that is, but it's *NOT* BBQ.
::::::
:::::: BOB
:::::
::::: No one said it was BBQ. It simply uses barbeque sauce in the
::::: recipe.
:::::
::::: --
::::: Wayne Boatwright @@ _____________________
:::
::: READ the subject line. Duh
::
:: Oh, horseshit. The name of the recipe is "Fabulous Beef Brisket".
:: As far as I'm concerned, I read the subject as Stubbs BBQ [brand]
:: Beef Brisket recipe.
::
:: Duh!
::
:: --
:: Wayne Boatwright @@ _____________________

Oh horseshit yourself. READ THE SUBJECT LINE as it is posted. Not as
your hairbrained shit-for-brains reads it.

You ****ing made a mistake. Admit it and don't HORSE SHIT me.


Okay, I'll admit that I barely read the subject line and focused on
*Brisket*. Regardless of what you think, the name of the recipe does not
indicate BBQ. If you're such a BBQ fanatic, you probably shouldn't read
anything about BBQ in rfc. Better you should stick with alt.food.barbecue
or some such group.

Obviously, your shit-for-brains can't fathom the difference between Subject
and Recipe Title.

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Wayne Boatwright wrote:
:: On Tue 11 Apr 2006 08:04:42p, Thus Spake Zarathustra, or was it
BOB?
::
::: Wayne Boatwright wrote:
::::: On Tue 11 Apr 2006 07:06:10p, Thus Spake Zarathustra, or was it
BOB?
:::::
:::::: Wayne Boatwright wrote:
:::::::: On Tue 11 Apr 2006 06:36:21p, Thus Spake Zarathustra, or was
it
:::::::: BOB?
::::::::
::::::::: BabyJane Hudson wrote:
::::::::::: Fabulous Beef Brisket
:::::::::::
::::::::::: Ingredients:
:::::::::::
::::::::::: 1 3 - 4 LB Beef Brisket
::::::::::: 1 Bottle Stubb's Beef Marinade
::::::::::: 1 six pack of your favorite "ale" beer
::::::::::: 2 TBS Maple Syrup
::::::::::: 2 TBS Deli Mustard
::::::::::: 1 TSP Celery Seed
::::::::::: 1 TBS Olive Oil
::::::::::: 2 Bottle Stubb's Bar-B-Q Sauce*
:::::::::::
::::::::::: * Use Original or Spicy for everyone or Smokey Mesquite if
::::::::::: there are any kids.
:::::::::::
::::::::::: Instructions:
:::::::::::
::::::::::: Put Brisket into large Ziplock bag along with one bottle
of
::::::::::: Stubb's Beef Marinade. Marinade at least three hours (or
leave
::::::::::: overnight for a more intense flavor).
:::::::::::
::::::::::: Remove Brisket from bag and place Brisket into preheated
stock
::::::::::: pot with oil. Braise Brisket on all sides, then add one
bottle
::::::::::: of beer, maple syrup, mustard, celery seed and one bottle
of
::::::::::: Stubb's Bar-B-Q sauce (Original for an authentic Texas
flavor,
::::::::::: Spicy if you like it hot or Smokey Mesquite for a little
::::::::::: sweetness if you have kids at the table). Simmer on low
heat
::::::::::: for four to five hours. Periodically check pot and add
::::::::::: additional beer and Stubb's Bar-B-Q sauce as needed.
:::::::::::
::::::::::: When brisket flakes at the rake of a fork your meal is
nearly
::::::::::: ready for consumption! Turn off stove, pull apart the
brisket
::::::::::: and serve on warm French Bread rolls and enjoy with the
left
::::::::::: over beer. This meal goes great with cole slaw, green
beans
::::::::::: and mashed pototatoes.
:::::::::
::::::::: Eewww.
:::::::::
::::::::: I don't know what that is, but it's *NOT* BBQ.
:::::::::
::::::::: BOB
::::::::
:::::::: No one said it was BBQ. It simply uses barbeque sauce in the
:::::::: recipe.
::::::::
:::::::: --
:::::::: Wayne Boatwright @@ _____________________
::::::
:::::: READ the subject line. Duh
:::::
::::: Oh, horseshit. The name of the recipe is "Fabulous Beef
Brisket".
::::: As far as I'm concerned, I read the subject as Stubbs BBQ
[brand]
::::: Beef Brisket recipe.
:::::
::::: Duh!
:::::
::::: --
::::: Wayne Boatwright @@ _____________________
:::
::: Oh horseshit yourself. READ THE SUBJECT LINE as it is posted.
Not as
::: your hairbrained shit-for-brains reads it.
:::
::: You ****ing made a mistake. Admit it and don't HORSE SHIT me.
::
:: Okay, I'll admit that I barely read the subject line and focused on
:: *Brisket*. Regardless of what you think, the name of the recipe
does not
:: indicate BBQ. If you're such a BBQ fanatic, you probably shouldn't
read
:: anything about BBQ in rfc. Better you should stick with
alt.food.barbecue
:: or some such group.
::
:: Obviously, your shit-for-brains can't fathom the difference between
Subject
:: and Recipe Title.
::
:: --
:: Wayne Boatwright @ss


You need to learn to read for comprehension.

SUBJECT lines = WHAT THE POST IS ABOUT. The "Recipe Title" in *THIS*
case sounds like someone's description...for example, "THIS RECIPE FOR
BRISKET IS FABOLOUS" (which it is *NOT*). The subject line, whether
or not *YOU* choose to read it, is (supposed to be) what the POST IS
ABOUT.

Oh, *YOU* were the one that started with the name calling. Re-read
the thread and try to use what's left of your pea-sized brain.

BOB


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On Tue 11 Apr 2006 08:58:42p, Thus Spake Zarathustra, or was it BOB?

You need to learn to read for comprehension.

SUBJECT lines = WHAT THE POST IS ABOUT. The "Recipe Title" in *THIS*
case sounds like someone's description...for example, "THIS RECIPE FOR
BRISKET IS FABOLOUS" (which it is *NOT*). The subject line, whether
or not *YOU* choose to read it, is (supposed to be) what the POST IS
ABOUT.

Oh, *YOU* were the one that started with the name calling. Re-read
the thread and try to use what's left of your pea-sized brain.


I remain in disagreement with you on this. That will not change. You're
determined to have it your way, so have it. I couldn't care less.

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On Tue 11 Apr 2006 09:10:00p, Thus Spake Zarathustra, or was it Steve
Wertz?

On 12 Apr 2006 05:42:05 +0200, Wayne Boatwright
wayneboatwright_at_gmail.com wrote:

Obviously, your shit-for-brains can't fathom the difference between
Subject and Recipe Title.


You're using ~patches~ logic, now. What as ass.

-sw


You and BOB can both have it your way. It's hardly worth an argument.

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In article ,
" BOB" wrote:


::::::::: BabyJane Hudson wrote:
::::::::::: Fabulous Beef Brisket
:::::::::::
::::::::::: Ingredients:
:::::::::::
::::::::::: 1 3 - 4 LB Beef Brisket
::::::::::: 1 Bottle Stubb's Beef Marinade
::::::::::: 1 six pack of your favorite "ale" beer
::::::::::: 2 TBS Maple Syrup
::::::::::: 2 TBS Deli Mustard
::::::::::: 1 TSP Celery Seed
::::::::::: 1 TBS Olive Oil
::::::::::: 2 Bottle Stubb's Bar-B-Q Sauce*


SUBJECT lines = WHAT THE POST IS ABOUT. The "Recipe Title" in *THIS*
case sounds like someone's description...for example, "THIS RECIPE FOR
BRISKET IS FABOLOUS" (which it is *NOT*). The subject line, whether
or not *YOU* choose to read it, is (supposed to be) what the POST IS
ABOUT.



Looks pretty good to me. I think I'll give it a try. I've been looking
for a good slow-cooked brisket recipe.

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On Tue 11 Apr 2006 10:17:17p, Thus Spake Zarathustra, or was it ms_peacock?

Ahhhh, back to the normal arguments about BBQ and chili. Much better.

Ms P


LOL! It still amazes me how people can get so bent out of shape of something
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Wayne wrote:

I remain in disagreement with you on this. That will not change. You're
determined to have it your way, so have it. I couldn't care less.


What? No "fatty" finger-pointing? No allusions to German hackers? No threats
to post pictures on porn sites?

Boy, you guys have lots to learn.

Regarding the recipe, it clearly is NOT barbecue...and both of you AGREE on
that. It might be tasty anyway, but I'm not going to make it.

Bob


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Wayne Boatwright wrote:
:: On Tue 11 Apr 2006 08:58:42p, Thus Spake Zarathustra, or was it
BOB?
::
::: You need to learn to read for comprehension.
:::
::: SUBJECT lines = WHAT THE POST IS ABOUT. The "Recipe Title" in
*THIS*
::: case sounds like someone's description...for example, "THIS RECIPE
FOR
::: BRISKET IS FABOLOUS" (which it is *NOT*). The subject line,
whether
::: or not *YOU* choose to read it, is (supposed to be) what the POST
IS
::: ABOUT.
:::
::: Oh, *YOU* were the one that started with the name calling.
Re-read
::: the thread and try to use what's left of your pea-sized brain.
::
:: I remain in disagreement with you on this. That will not change.
You're
:: determined to have it your way, so have it. I couldn't care less.
::
:: --
:: Wayne Boatwright @ss

Oh, you can't read subject lines, so *I* am wrong?
Have you been reading too many of ~patches~ posts?

You could care less or else you wouldn't have posted. You were wrong.
Your error was pointed out to you and you said it was horseshit.
Actually, maybe you weren't wrong after all. Maybe the "BBQ" recipe
(read the SUBJECT LINE) tastes more like horseshit than BBQ? You seem
to be the expert on horseshit around here.

BOB

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Default Stubb's BBQ Beef Brisket recipe!

On Tue 11 Apr 2006 09:19:20p, Thus Spake Zarathustra, or was it Dan Abel?

Looks pretty good to me. I think I'll give it a try. I've been looking
for a good slow-cooked brisket recipe.


Would probably work well in the crockpot, too.

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