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Homemade Smoked Brisket

Posted: 06/23/17

Homemade Smoked Brisket

Restaurant: none

Nelson: My cousin E owns a smoker and he makes good use of it. He decided to have us over and try making a brisket for the first time. Brave as I find brisket can be really hit or miss. Cook it dry and it's inedible, but when it's done right it can be incredible. Well my cousin has mad cooking skills and it turned out incredible.

Look at that smoke ring! It's a visual indication of truly great BBQ. Not only that, but it was incredibly moist. The result was the most amazing brisket I've ever eaten. He smoked this overnight and even got up in the middle of the night to check on it. It was well worth the effort. Restaurants I think would have a hard time keeping it so moist. After resting we ate it almost immediately after cutting it, so maybe that helps. Anyway, I thoroughly enjoyed eating this moist flavourful brisket.

Here's another shot of it before it was cut, but taken out of the tin foil. Looks great even without seeing the insides.
The sides included some potatoes and corn salad.
Appropriate BBQ sides are mac & cheese and coleslaw.
Finally E also made his own BBQ sauce (bottom left). It was incredible. The flavour was so smoky and rich that I demanded to take some home with me. It was so good, better than any store bought sauce.. He also made some homemade Chimichurri to go along with the meat, which was delicious.


Categories: BBQ,  Beef,  Homemade,  Salad,  

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