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Old 06-12-2009, 02:46 PM   #1
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Fake Burnt ends

anybody made any good ones?
I'm craving em, nobody around here will sell just the points,
and I really don't care about the flats....anybody tried making
em with chuck roasts or anything like that?
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Old 06-12-2009, 02:55 PM   #2
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Re: Fake Burnt ends

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anybody made any good ones?
I'm craving em, nobody around here will sell just the points,
and I really don't care about the flats....anybody tried making
em with chuck roasts or anything like that?
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Old 06-12-2009, 03:59 PM   #3
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Duuude. Tha's harsh mannnn.

I know the feeling tho. I can't get tri-tips. The extra cost is prohibitive.

You TALKed to the meat guys huh?
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Old 06-12-2009, 05:44 PM   #4
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Jim use a chuck roast, that's gonna be as close you are going to get to a brisket point.

Smoke until it gets fairly tender, but not done. Chunk up, put in a pan with sauce and simmer.
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Old 06-12-2009, 07:26 PM   #5
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Re: Fake Burnt ends

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Originally Posted by "Captain Morgan":nl7los22
anybody made any good ones?
I'm craving em, nobody around here will sell just the points,
and I really don't care about the flats....anybody tried making
em with chuck roasts or anything like that?
[/quote:nl7los22]
I feel the same way...I told the Mrs. I think I'm going to turn the flats to Corned Beef from now on and Q the Points
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I really don't care about the flats
I feel the same way
I don't care much for the texture and I don't find 'em very flavorful, but I am looking forward to trying Cliff's salted brisket.

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Maybe its just me..but when I want beef...I want Steak
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Scotty I talked to 2 guys, I've got one guy left who may
be able to help. Costco won't split em, sell em whole.
Lowes food hardly ever gets them. They just don't sell that
well here. Trying to get a hold of a butcher in Murrells Inlet..
I'll buy a case if I have to. It may just be too odd of a request.
I had heard of some butchers selling the flats and grinding the
points.
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Cappy just burn a steak to a crisp
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Scotty I talked to 2 guys, I've got one guy left who may
be able to help. Costco won't split em, sell em whole.
Lowes food hardly ever gets them. They just don't sell that
well here. Trying to get a hold of a butcher in Murrells Inlet..
I'll buy a case if I have to. It may just be too odd of a request.
I had heard of some butchers selling the flats and grinding the
points.
Cappy, a few weeks ago I did the opposite. I ground the flat for burgers and it was great! Try that, then you can use the point for burnt ends!
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