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1st time burnt ends

post #1 of 8
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On a prior thread, I had an epic Qview fail and did not provide any pics from my step daughter's 21st birthday party. I've never done a 16 pound packer before and thanks to all for the advice!


After seperating the flat from the point, I followed the advice and turned the point into Burnt Ends!  This was my first time, so I was curious how they would turn out. fortunately, one of the guests was snapping some pictures.


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This was one of 2 pans I had. I diced the yummy bits up, added some more rub and sauce.....the sauce I used was my own recipe, I added about 1/2 cup of pepper vinegar to it to thin it out a little.  My favorite comment was - "Oh my God! This is like meat crack!"


Here's a pic of my undiluted sauce:


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post #2 of 8

MMmm  Meat crack...I gotta do that next time  do a big packer...looks awesome!

post #3 of 8

Good Job, hyyal !!!


They look just right from here----Gotta love 'em!




post #4 of 8

Great job Hyyal!


They look perfect!

post #5 of 8

You just can't beat burnt ends can you! Great job!

post #6 of 8

Love it, now wheres the rest of the brisket Qview?

post #7 of 8
Thread Starter 

LOL!! Realtorterry - as I posted earlier, I had a major Qview fail!  I took pics...really I did.  I also managed to somehow corrupt the data that was on it.  Trust me, I was bummed. The rest of the pics that were taken by one of the guests would be more appropriate for the pork section as I did 9.5 pounds of baby's also. He got that documented, but sadly, not the brisket.


I pics = didn't happen.

post #8 of 8

That looks great ! drool.gif

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