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Thread: Big Brisket Flat and BBQ Beans

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    Big Brisket Flat and BBQ Beans

    Stopped by Sam's Club to check out the meat selections.
    Found Choice Angus brisket for $4.77 per lb whole or flat and Select 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 Choice flat of nice, uniform thickness and brought it home.

    RUB
    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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    Good Lord, Chili, you're killing us!!!!

    BTW, I made a few tweaks to your picnic chili recipe (mainly toned down the spices) and its now a staple in our house. Last week I made it with wild duck!
    Carl

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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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    Menu

    Smoked Brisket
    BBQ Beans
    Vegetable Medley
    Hot buttered rolls
    Sriracha Pickled Onions

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    "touch my food and I'll shoot yah!"
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    Carl

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    OMG'osh, a huge bowl of leftovers for lunch and time for an afternoon nap.

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