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The largest of the 3 I coated with a sweet and spicy dry rub I got from an old slow cooker BBQ pit.

 

 

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post #22 of 30

Waiting on my sample   :icon_lol:

 

Gary

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Hahaha here it is:

 

2 1/2 tsp. brown sugar 
1 tsp. curry powder 
1/2 tsp. ground cumin 
1/4 tsp. cinnamon 
1/4 tsp. nutmeg 
1/4 tsp. cloves 
1/2 tsp. chili powder 
1/2 tsp. salt 

1/2 tsp. cayenne pepper 

 

That recipe is for a 3lb. brisket originally (never seen one that small haha)  Anyway...I usually multiply the recipe by 10 or 20 so that I have a bunch to put in a shaker.  Packs some pretty good heat so I like it best with a sweet sauce.

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Waiting on my sample   :icon_lol:

 

Gary

 

I'll overnight you some.  Just gotta find that dry ice haha

post #25 of 30

Thanks I'll be waiting

post #26 of 30

Can anyone shop at Restaurant Depot?  I did a search for locations near me and I found one, but it looks like it's in an office building??? 

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Can anyone shop at Restaurant Depot?  I did a search for locations near me and I found one, but it looks like it's in an office building??? 

You have to have a business license. Or know someone who does who will be willing to get a card for you.
post #28 of 30

I have a Costco membership.  How do they compare?

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I have a Costco membership.  How do they compare?

I would say price wise.. for meat especially, the prices are much better but you have to buy in large quantities.  For example, at costco, you can buy whole rib eye or sliced into steaks.  At restaurant depot, they only have whole pieces of beef, pork, etc.  You would have to buy and make your own steaks or chops....which i don't mind.   Restaurant depot's meat section is like Disney World for someone who likes to smoke and cook.  The selection is amazing and I always find cuts that you can't find in costco or any supermarket.  One of my favorite things about my local restaurant depot is that all meats are sold in cryovacs, making the fridge life a little longer.  This is important to me because I have a meat buying addiction and don't always have room in the freezer right away haha.  The cryovac meat also works to my advantage because any time they receive a piece of meat and the cryovac breaks, they reduce it up to 50%.  I have gotten ribs for $1.00/pound, Certified Angus Choice brisket and whole beef short ribs for $2.25 a pound.  The other day I got a whole choice Rib Eye for $4.50/pound.

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Arghhh now I'm jealous.  I need to organize a card.  Thanks for the info.

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