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Old 05-14-2006, 06:36 PM   #1
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Did a couple of briskets also

Yeah I picked up 2 the other day at resturant depot. 1 11 1/2 pounder & a 12 1/2 pounder. I wanted to do both so I could foodsave and freeze 1.

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All da food is looking mighty fine Nick. =P~
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As Always, great lookin' food and great lookin' pics Nick
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Nice looking brisket Nick! How much are the briskets running at Restaruant Depot?
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Nice looking brisket Nick! How much are the briskets running at Restaruant Depot?
$1.50 per pound
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[quote=Nick Prochilo]
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Nice looking brisket Nick! How much are the briskets running at Restaruant Depot?
$1.50 per pound[/quote:38yrgerj]

Good deal, thanks Nick! How did the ya'll like the chopped point? That's usually the first to go in my house.
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Save some for chili !
Looks great Nick!
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[quote=Larry Wolfe][quote="Nick Prochilo":1hfle2ws]
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Nice looking brisket Nick! How much are the briskets running at Restaruant Depot?
$1.50 per pound[/quote:1hfle2ws]

Good deal, thanks Nick! How did the ya'll like the chopped point? That's usually the first to go in my house.[/quote:1hfle2ws]

I foodsaved all of that. Any bbq joint I've been to here on the island only serves chopped brisket. Nobody slices it, that I have found. I love it sliced so thats what I ate. I did make a gravy out of the drippings that is great. Strained all of the drippings, seperated the fat, added water and red wine and reduced by about 1/3.
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looks great nick, and that IS a good price on brisket. i think the last briskets i bought i paid $2.49 per lb.
Brian that's how much they cost from Wilsons too. How far are you from Charlottesville or a Sams club. They have packers for $1.48lb. It's an hour from me, so when I go I load up!!
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looks great nick, and that IS a good price on brisket. i think the last briskets i bought i paid $2.49 per lb.
Brian that's how much they cost from Wilsons too. How far are you from Charlottesville or a Sams club. They have packers for $1.48lb. It's an hour from me, so when I go I load up!![/quote:z4jpywca]
i'm not a member of sam's club. i think the ones at wal-mart are about the same price. i'll have to look at the one in my freezer to make sure.[/quote:z4jpywca]

Yep they're about the same price, but the last couple times I've tried getting briskets from Wally World in Culpeper, they've either been select packers or enhanced flats! :ack: They used to sell choice packers but I haven't seen them there in a while. Which Wally are you shopping, Winchester?
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