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Old 03-11-2019, 09:40 PM   #11
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Glad to hear it, but I need to check w/ Verizon my invite from you to share it didn't go through??? hahaha


You coulda came by for leftovers at the shop today but itís all gone and now we back to boiled eggs tomorrow
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Default Taste, moisture and texture was fantastic !

I had me a piece of this brisket and it was the best I have ever tasted. I realize I am only 62 but it was absolutely the best piece I ever had bar none. Kevin, you can probably narrow down how I got a taste of it if you think about where all the pieces went...Ö. You did a great job and I am surprised you are not being told to do it again immediately. Absolutely great. Mike
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I have 3 suspects who left with some but only one that would probably be nice enough to share
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Your first mistake was using the Egg! Just kidding. I ruined quite a few briskets when I first started cooking in AZ until one of my Marine buddies, also a certified Texas pitmaster, taught me the ways. Once I figured it out, they were outstanding and when the Texas guys ask you to cook brisket for them it must be good.
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