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Old 09-23-2017, 09:01 AM   #1
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Going Flat out, as in taking the Flat to the smoker
Along with a couple of fat YardBirds on the grill and some killer Bacon/Garlic Brussell Sprouts in cast iron.

I've a nice 8.76# Choice brisket flat all rubbed with Coarse Sea Salt, freshly cracked Peppercorns and granulated Garlic/Onion.

It went into the smoker at 0500, temp 275-300, over Hickory.






Three and half hours in





As usual and early start requires a good breakfast

Migas

Fresh homemade tortilla chips cooked in scrambled eggs
Garnished with fresh salsa and shredded Chihuahua cheese
Sided with Southwestern Loaded Homefries







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Cast Iron Brussell Sprouts with Bacon, Onion and Garlic



Grilled Chicken



Hickory Smoked Brisket Flat





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Good grief, I hope your family realizes how lucky they are!!!!
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Where did you buy this, I've a nice 8.76# Choice brisket flat ??
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Where did you buy this, I've a nice 8.76# Choice brisket flat ??
Costco
They also had USDA Prime whole Packer Briskets for $2.99/lb, but they're too big for just my family.
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Brisket Tacos

Yep, my favorite thing to do with leftover meats, make tacos!
Always a delicious lunch the day after.

Brown some corn tortillas with butter in the cast iron.
Take all those yummy trimmings and pieces, a few pats of butter and a teaspoon of water in a container and steam it lightly.
Lay down a bed of shredded Chihuahua cheese, top with brisket and slather with some good hot sauce.

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Dang sweet vittles!!! Taco's really look awesome!
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