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    Posted: 23 May 2011 at 15:39

I had a “brisket” today that my mother picked up for me in Billings….(note to self never have mom pick up a brisket for me) She came back with just a flat but I decided to put it to good use instead of  having at it with the meat grinder and making hamburger.

 

Here it is, all packaged up and ready for the dusting of the god’s

 

After the dusting (Bovine Bold and a sprinkle of Lantana of Texas all purpose)

 

Smoker up to temp and the thin blue coming out

In she goes

I pulled her at 175 and went to cutting

all cut up and man handled

Second dusting of Bovine

Sauced with the nectar of gods (head country spicy)

About two more hours and they should be good to go. Temps creaked up on me so they won’t have long to wait before they are done and ready to be devoured like the piece of meat they are. Thanks for lookin

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good grief, those look good ~ can't wait to see then end product!
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Finally done and got some pics

 

 

all plated up with some potatoes, onions, and peppers dusted with some bovine

 

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i've got one brisket from our own beef waiting to be barbecued sometime this summer. can't wait to give it a try!
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I wish I could say the same this year but no cow for the Friday's.....These weren't bad but definitely not on the level of burnt ends done from the point.
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