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Costco had brisket this week for $2.55 a pound. Seemed reasonable. I've never seen it in a grocer except as a corned beef; it's always been a specialty item. And so I've never bbqed one before. I've also never been impressed with the brisket at any of the bbq joints here in town so it has been a low priority for me to try. But now I've got the chance.
Here it is just before it went in my bullet style water smoker. Fat side is down in this pic, but I'm cooking it fat side up to start.
I'm using a Paul Kirk recipe as a starting point. Thought I'd try something reliable for my first effort. Given a quick worcestershire soak, then a rub or brown sugar (I'm using turbinado) chile powder, salt, pepper, paprika, garlic & onion powders with a bit of celery seed, thyme, and allspice. I also added some sumac as I like the sourness and it adds lots of soluble red.
I'll post more pics as it cooks.
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