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Old 07-31-2005, 04:58 PM   #1
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Brisket and ABT's

Put a separated 13lb "select" packer on this morning around 9:30, temps at 178 now. Should be done soon! Picked it up at Wallyworld cause it was convenient for $1.29lb. I'm curious to see how much, if any difference there will be between this one and the one's I've been getting from my butcher for $2.69lb.

Now for the interesting part. I made ABT's with the leftover roadside chicken from last night that I chopped up. Can't wait to see how they turn out!


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Old 07-31-2005, 05:02 PM   #2
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That's too much work Larry. You know you can buy a big box of already made up apetizers at BJ'S. That's what i would have done. :taunt: :taunt: :taunt:
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BJ's don't sell chicken turds, do they?
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Dinners done!! Well we prefer pork in the ABT's, the chicken wasn't bad, just not as good as pork.

Now onto the brisket. This was a "select" grade brisket vs. the "choice" brisket I normally do. I normally pay $2.69lb for the choice, I paid $1.29lb for this select. IMHO, there was not any difference whatsoever other than the cost. This brisket was just as moist, just as tender as the choice. I'll be doing the selects until I can tell a difference. I chopped the point and sliced the flat. Here's a couple pic's.






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They would for Larry!
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Old 07-31-2005, 07:50 PM   #6
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Wow Larry, that brisket looks great. What was the knife in the photo? I'm trying to control an urge to buy a new knife of the type in your photo. Don't even know the name of that style of knife. But in case I fall off the wagon and have a visit with Mr. Amazon, what's your's and how do you like it?

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Wow Larry, that brisket looks great. What was the knife in the photo? I'm trying to control an urge to buy a new knife of the type in your photo. Don't even know the name of that style of knife. But in case I fall off the wagon and have a visit with Mr. Amazon, what's your's and how do you like it?

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It's a serated Wustof bread knife, it works better than any carving knife in my opinion.
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Wow Larry, that brisket looks great. What was the knife in the photo? I'm trying to control an urge to buy a new knife of the type in your photo. Don't even know the name of that style of knife. But in case I fall off the wagon and have a visit with Mr. Amazon, what's your's and how do you like it?

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It's a serated Wustof bread knife, it works better than any carving knife in my opinion.
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Looks great Larry!!
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Old 07-31-2005, 08:37 PM   #10
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Larry that brisket looks so good i'm hangey for some brisket maybe next weekend.

I only wish I could cut my brisket that good can I get some lesson.
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