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post #21 of 32

Great menu. That's for a camping trip? Nice.

post #22 of 32
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Great menu. That's for a camping trip? Nice.


A camping trip that's not happening, my friends weenied out on me.

Worked eight nights in a row to get the time off needed... but that's another thread.
 

 

post #23 of 32

Aw man that sux. Hell, I'd cook anyway. They won't know what they're missing.

post #24 of 32
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Aw man that sux. Hell, I'd cook anyway. They won't know what they're missing.



That's the plan!biggrin.gif

 

A week off, and enough meat to have barbecue for every day of it, I think I'd survive...

 

post #25 of 32

Excellent Thread!

 

I await the finale!

 

 

Thanks,

Bear

post #26 of 32
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It's coming, yesterday was fry-test day, and I have results, but I forgot to upload my pics so I could update the info while I was away from my computer.

When I get home this morning, I hope to get them on the smoke, and update.

 

I will say that this method shows promise. The resulting flavor of the brisket in the test was really good, and would mature greatly with some smoke and slow heat.

Moreover, the high heat of the fry didn't squeeze all the juice out of the meat, and it still had some liquid to bite, even while the fried meat was tough.

 

But, more on all this later!

 

 

post #27 of 32

Can't wait to see the results. drool.gif

post #28 of 32
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I vote for Figjam's avatar becoming a Stickey! 

 

And if he changes it to Wolf Blitzer or something it is currently some really hot brunette that will have back problems as she gets older.




I doubt I will change it, but rest assured I will never change it to Wolf Blitzer  biggrin.gif

post #29 of 32

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post #30 of 32
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My apologies, as I have been away.

I've come down with a lovely little lung infection, plus my home interwebs have been too slow lately for me to upload the pics, topped by the fact I just had a massive failure in my clutch master cylinder, and T-case-end U-joint on my pickup... go big or go home, right?

 

The big news is that the brisket experiment was a success, and pics are soon to follow.

It had an amazing bark to it; flavorful, and sufficiently crunchy and just greasy enough, and I must admit, very much to the chagrin of my puritanical beef preferences, that it tasted really good! All I can really say is that it didn't taste strongly of any of the speciffic elements in the brine, but it tasted, overall, beefier than plain beef; however, my precaution on the soy sauce was too strong, and it wasn't salty enough, something my fry test caught.

post #31 of 32

Glad it turned out good. You can always add salt but you can't take it away. Can wait to see the pics. Sorry to hear about all your recent woes. When it rains it pours I guess.

post #32 of 32

Thanks for the update Moose. Sorry to hear you under the weather. Looking forward to your pics.

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