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post #41 of 53
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Originally Posted by DukeBurger View Post

Cheesy brisket panini sandwiches on fresh homemade bread for tonight's dinner.



Wow. That looks awesome.
post #42 of 53

Amazing brisket Dukeburger!  Don't know how I missed this over the weekend.

 

Mike

post #43 of 53

DAYUM!!! Did you run out of brisket yet??? LOL!!! At some point in time I may have to quite looking, 'cuz every time I look you got another great meal going from that smoke...and I can't have any...:icon_cry: Hey, you remind me of me, a couple years back...roll with it 'til it's gone...then find something else to smoke and start the process all over again...LOL!!! Nice creations...simple, but great eats...you can't get this stuff in any eatery at any price. Well, maybe, if you looked hard enough in the right place...but it still wouldn't be the same.

 

Dagnabit!!!! I gotta find a smaller brisket soon. I haven't smoked any brisket since...uh...maybe my daughter's wedding. Yep, just confirmed that with the wife...that would be 2-1/2 years...:icon_eek: What I REALLY want is a big point...we'll see.

 

Keep on smokin', brother!!!

 

 

Eric

post #44 of 53
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Wow. That looks awesome.

 

Thanks, Adam.

 

 

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Originally Posted by mike5051 View Post
 

Amazing brisket Dukeburger!  Don't know how I missed this over the weekend.

 

Mike

 

Thanks, Mike. Things move fast around here, especially on weekends!

post #45 of 53
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Originally Posted by forluvofsmoke View Post
 

DAYUM!!! Did you run out of brisket yet??? LOL!!! At some point in time I may have to quite looking, 'cuz every time I look you got another great meal going from that smoke...and I can't have any...:icon_cry: Hey, you remind me of me, a couple years back...roll with it 'til it's gone...then find something else to smoke and start the process all over again...LOL!!! Nice creations...simple, but great eats...you can't get this stuff in any eatery at any price. Well, maybe, if you looked hard enough in the right place...but it still wouldn't be the same.

 

Dagnabit!!!! I gotta find a smaller brisket soon. I haven't smoked any brisket since...uh...maybe my daughter's wedding. Yep, just confirmed that with the wife...that would be 2-1/2 years...:icon_eek: What I REALLY want is a big point...we'll see.

 

Keep on smokin', brother!!!

 

 

Eric

 

Hey, Eric, lots leftover still!!

 

I need to get it all eaten up so I can try out another one on New Year's Eve with that cherry rub!

post #46 of 53
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Originally Posted by DukeBurger View Post
 

Hey, Eric, lots leftover still!!

 

I need to get it all eaten up so I can try out another one on New Year's Eve with that cherry rub!

 

Wish I could be there to help ya, but I guess you're gonna have to just keep coming up with more dishes and sandwiches...no point in stopping now when you're on a roll, right? Keep 'em coming!!!

 

I think you'll enjoy that rub on brisket...very unique...but then, you already know that...LOL!!!

 

 

Eric

post #47 of 53
Thread Starter 

Smoked Brisket Egg Nog Monte Cristo Sammies

 

Yeah, sounds kinda funny. But these were incredible!!

 

I'll list the steps here in case anyone wants to try this out.

 

Step 1: Sliced leftover brisket and 4 slices of fresh homemade bread for two sammies.

Step 2: Laid out bread, spread Gary's BBQ Sauce on two slices and Siracha Mayo on two slices.

Step 3: Put brisket slices on the BBQ sauce bread slices and topped with a packed handful of shredded cheese (I used blended store bought bag with pizza mozzerella, smoked provolone, asiago and parmasan)

Step 4: Place Siracha Mayo bread slices to top off sammies and press tight.

Step 5: Heat up frying pan with butter at medium heat. Make up egg mixture in a wide bowl:

 

2 large eggs

2 Tbsp store-bought egg nog

1/2 tsp vanilla

1/4 tsp pumpkin pie spice

CBP to taste

 

Whisk together with small fork until blended.

 

Step 6: When pan is heated up, dip each side of sandwich in the egg mixture and place in frying pan. Pour remaining mixture over top of sandwiches (whatever falls into the pan, scrape up and put on top of sandwiches so it will all stick and cook in when flipped). Flip sandwich when underside is golden brown (3-4mins).

Step 7: After flipping sandwich once, place lid over pan to hold the heat in. This will help melt the cheese and heat up the inside.

Step 8: After another 3-4 mins, remove sandwiches from heat and place on paper towel lined surface and pat dry the tops.

Step 9: Plate up and eat!!

 

The sweet richness of the outside from the egg nog, the tangy bbq sauce inside, the smoky brisket, and the bit of spice from the siracha mayo...This may be a new holiday tradition in this house!!

 

Apologies for no step-by-step pics, but to be honest, I didn't think these would be that good. After trying a bite of Ms. Duke's sammy, I knew I needed some pics.

 

 

 

post #48 of 53

Holy smokin' brisket leftovers!!!

 

That, my friend, looks and sounds fantastic!!!

 

Hey, are you runnin' low on brisket, yet? LOL!!!

 

Keep 'em comin'...leftovers are where a little bit of creativity really shines.

 

 

Eric

post #49 of 53
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Originally Posted by forluvofsmoke View Post
 

Holy smokin' brisket leftovers!!!

 

That, my friend, looks and sounds fantastic!!!

 

Hey, are you runnin' low on brisket, yet? LOL!!!

 

Keep 'em comin'...leftovers are where a little bit of creativity really shines.

 

 

Eric

 

Thanks, Eric!
 

Still a nice chunk leftover for tacos!! By not sharing this brisket outside of the household, it has fed us all week! Not bad.. :sausage:

post #50 of 53

Nice one!!!

 

There's a new idea

 

An egg nog french toast, brisket sammie. I might need to add a touch of cognac to the mix... 2thumbs.gif

 

 

 

...and a little nip or two for the cook... :tongue: 

post #51 of 53
Nice work on the brisket it looked excellent and provided for some tasty looking leftovers!
post #52 of 53
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Originally Posted by sfprankster View Post
 

Nice one!!!

 

There's a new idea

 

An egg nog french toast, brisket sammie. I might need to add a touch of cognac to the mix... 2thumbs.gif

 

 

 

...and a little nip or two for the cook... :tongue: 

 

Thanks! Will be doing that one again, that's for sure.

 

 

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Originally Posted by MossyMO View Post

Nice work on the brisket it looked excellent and provided for some tasty looking leftovers!

 

Thanks, Marty!

post #53 of 53

Another great smoke Duke!  Especially having to do it in the cold!  points1.png

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