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Old 03-07-2007, 09:39 AM   #1
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MMMmmmmm Brisket

I love brisket.

Just picked up two to smoke tomorrow. They are so beautiful.

I can't wait.

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Old 03-07-2007, 09:41 AM   #2
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Go Diva Go....I'm making a run to BJs today to see what I can find.....
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Nice lookin briskets! Keep us updated with the smoke
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Those look great! Can't wait to see finished pics!
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Old 03-07-2007, 11:03 AM   #5
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LOL no that is $8.80 per kg or $3.99 a pound. That is a pretty good price around here.

Our brisket is always much more that the US.
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Old 03-07-2007, 03:30 PM   #6
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LOL no that is $8.80 per kg or $3.99 a pound. That is a pretty good price around here.

Our brisket is always much more that the US.
If you guys would quit weighing things in kg and go back to pounds it would be a lot cheaper :scratch [smilie=a_smartie.gif]
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briskets

Come on down to MN. I buy Briskets for $1.68 at Restuarant Depot.
But, those sure look nice!!!!!
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I just paid 1.69 at my butcher for a case of briskets. Also paid 1.60 for spares, and 1.17 for butts. My cousin picked up 2 briskets the other day for 1.08, if I had been there I woulda loaded up on them.
I can never find briskets that cheap.
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We can get butts up here on average of $1.00 lb and usually they put them on sale even cheaper. I believe last week when I did the 50 lbs of butt I got them all for .47¢ a lb.
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I just paid 1.69 at my butcher for a case of briskets. Also paid 1.60 for spares, and 1.17 for butts. My cousin picked up 2 briskets the other day for 1.08, if I had been there I woulda loaded up on them.
I can never find briskets that cheap.
Super Wally has them for like $1.38, sometimes select, sometimes choice.
I've picked out some nice ones, but not every time.
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We can get butts up here on average of $1.00 lb and usually they put them on sale even cheaper. I believe last week when I did the 50 lbs of butt I got them all for .47¢ a lb.
Ah! The benefits of living somewhere they like making bacon! <sigh>

Isn't it strange that one persons off cuts can make such a tasty meal for the rest of the country!
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Old 03-08-2007, 04:14 PM   #14
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well we are getting ready:

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v636/ ... isket3.jpg

and while I snapped a picture of those I also took a picture of these lovelies sitting on my shed deck ... waiting for spring.. the tarp that was around them blew off the other night.

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Got a few inches of snow up there huh?
Can't wait to see the briskets taking some heat
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Old 03-08-2007, 06:33 PM   #16
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well they are on.

it is -15 C or 4 F

here is the snow pile right beside the smoker yes that is the top of my kids swing set

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coals getting ready:

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briskets on:

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Old 03-09-2007, 04:12 AM   #17
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and now they are done...

turned out well I am happy tender, flavorful and a nice smoke ring not overly large but still nice.

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I can buy briskets for that too; in this case we're talking brisket flats. Flats is the good stuff, the best part; when you get the junk too it's cheaper like you're saying.
I beg to differ. I'd just buy the points if I could. Properly prepared burnt ends are the bomb...

I don't think I've ever paid more then $1.50 a pound for cases of packers.
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Very nice Diva, great job.
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