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Cajun brisket; final product pics added!!!

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Whitewing

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Started with a Sam's Club Brisket, 11 pounds, $22.00

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Inject with Cajun Power Garlic Sauce

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Rub down liberally with Chef Paul Prudhomme's Meat Magic Seasoning

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Charcoal grill is ready at about 450F for searing/sealing the brisket

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Almost ready for Phase 2

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Now, the juice; place in deep roasting pan and add 1 Cup of beef bullion sauce

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Add one bottle of beer, or ale, as the case may be

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Top it off with a can of coca-cola

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Seal in extra-thick foil, then back on the grill; lower coal box to maintain heat between 250-300F

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After 3 hours, it's ready. When it's done I'll post pics of the finished product.
 

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If we bring some spuds can you handle another two at the table?


Not sure if I like the idea of mixing beer, pop and good beef but I'm willing to try anything once. :D
 

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gcreekrch said:
If we bring some spuds can you handle another two at the table?


Not sure if I like the idea of mixing beer, pop and good beef but I'm willing to try anything once. :D

Always room for more! :D And trust me, the big guy knows what he's doing.
 

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Peach asked what I wanted for supper, and I said I wasn't very hungry. This was true until your pictures of Cajun brisket were posted. Now I'm hungry for some Cajun brisket. It does look very good. :wink:
 

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That looks absolutely DEEEE-LICIOUS!!!!

A ranch lady here does catering and for our annual Appreciatation Dinner
she fixed BBQ Brisket and it was a real hit. She said people are liking it
better than Prime Rib. Now I don't know as I would go so far as to say
that, but it runs pretty darn close.
 

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Faster horses said:
That looks absolutely DEEEE-LICIOUS!!!!

A ranch lady here does catering and for our annual Appreciatation Dinner
she fixed BBQ Brisket and it was a real hit. She said people are liking it
better than Prime Rib. Now I don't know as I would go so far as to say
that, but it runs pretty darn close.

$2.00/lb at Sam's Club. Hard to argue with the price.
 

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Trying this out today on the grill as I type. Used a rub from Walmart called cowboy rub. It smelled great when searing it. We will see how the finished product turns out.
 

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