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USDA Prime Angus Brisket #12868060
08/18/18 01:02 AM
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Never cooked a Prime Brisket. Hope I don't screw it up. Cooking it for the Mrs. Birthday bash. Trying a new rub. Meat Church Holy Cow. It's gonna be an all nighter. Cheers! cheers




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Re: USDA Prime Angus Brisket [Re: Bobcat1] #12868173
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Bobcat1, you'll do just fine.

Re: USDA Prime Angus Brisket [Re: Bobcat1] #12868419
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Put it in the cooler at 9am to rest a couple of hours. I'll post pics as soon as I slice it. 16 hour cook.


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Re: USDA Prime Angus Brisket [Re: Bobcat1] #12868421
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Re: USDA Prime Angus Brisket [Re: Bobcat1] #12868423
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I'll know about 10:30.


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Re: USDA Prime Angus Brisket [Re: Bobcat1] #12868484
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Really Juicy and tastes awesome!







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Re: USDA Prime Angus Brisket [Re: Bobcat1] #12869505
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Very Nice


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Re: USDA Prime Angus Brisket [Re: Bobcat1] #12885908
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Very nice!
Do you foil half way through?
I just use salt and pepper these days and have done away with foiling half way through. Cut point from flat for burnt ends.

Your results look delicious!


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Re: USDA Prime Angus Brisket [Re: Ryno] #12885948
09/03/18 09:16 PM
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Originally Posted By: Ryno
Very nice!
Do you foil half way through?
I just use salt and pepper these days and have done away with foiling half way through. Cut point from flat for burnt ends.

Your results look delicious!
I quit foil and now use butcher paper. I wrap at 165-170 degrees or as soon as my bark is right.


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Re: USDA Prime Angus Brisket [Re: Bobcat1] #12886646
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Looks good

Re: USDA Prime Angus Brisket [Re: Bobcat1] #12887153
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Re: USDA Prime Angus Brisket [Re: Bobcat1] #12932716
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Where you get the prime brisket?




Re: USDA Prime Angus Brisket [Re: Bobcat1] #12932746
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Re: USDA Prime Angus Brisket [Re: Bobcat1] #12937261
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I don't understand.

To each, their own, I guess. Not wanting to start a fight or anything, but I just wonder.

I just don't see the advantage of using Prime brisket.

ALL grades of brisket are tough as nails unless you cook them long and slow. I just don't see the advantage of using Prime over Choice or even a lesser grade. Not to mention the difference in price. Would it be any better if you used Prime for stew meat, or hamburger?

More power to ya.


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