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Old 12-17-2016, 12:09 AM   #1
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Default Big Brisket Flat and BBQ Beans

Stopped by Sam's Club to check out the meat selections.
Found Select Angus brisket for $4.77 per lb whole or flat and Choice for $4.44 per lb.

They only had one whole brisket left, a big 25 pounder that had a good feel too it, but a considerable bit of fat.
Too much even trimmed up for a party of six, and I don't care for freezing it.
So I picked out a really nice 9 lb Select flat of nice, uniform thickness and brought it home.

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1/2C each Brown sugar and Smoked Paprika
1/4C each Black pepper, Seasoned salt and Cajun spice
1/8C Chile powder
2T each garlic and onion powders
1T ground Cumin







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Old 12-17-2016, 07:44 AM   #2
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Grocery Outlet has whole for $3.06/#. A little fatty, but they trim nicely. The butcher will trim them for you if you ask
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I got a butt on right now. Using pretty much the same rub. Got pear for the smoke.
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Looks good but makes my heart sad seeing that rub on a brisket.
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Looks good but makes my heart sad seeing that rub on a brisket.
You wouldn't be sad if you were here about 6pm tonight.

Would a regular Dalmatian rub (coarse salt/cracked pepper) rub make you happier, or do you like them naked?
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You wouldn't be sad if you were here about 6pm tonight.

Would a regular Dalmatian rub (coarse salt/cracked pepper) rub make you happier, or do you like them naked?
Yeah I'm old school. Salt, pepper, garlic and inject with beef broth. I had a brisket a few weeks ago with a rub similar to yours and it was very good. I just stick with the traditional style.
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Bring on the BBQ Beans

BBQ Beans

I'm cheating a good bit here with canned beans

2 cans regular Ranch Beans
2 cans Jalapeno Ranch Beans
1 sweet onion, chopped
1/2 lrg green Bell Pepper
1/2C Bacon chunks
1T of the brisket Rub

Saute onions, bell pepper and bacon till onions just start to turn opaque.
Add to beans and stir thoroughly.
Place beans under brisket to catch all the delicious drippings.
The pan already had some good drippings from the brisket, and it'll get plenty more.







Four hours into the cook, temp is hovering at 225' +/-



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Looks damn good. I climbed out of a tree earlier and went and picked up a brisket. Sitting at 188'' now.
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Thanks.

Wish the hell I'd been sitting a stand somewhere today, or tomorrow.
I've only got out one weekend so far, score 0.
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