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Buying Brisket at Costco? Here’s what you need to know

Ever shop at Costco and think how amazing it is? The wholesale pricing scheme and general availability of whatever you could ever want out of a large grocery store makes it the perfect place to get any type of food in bulk. You can buy more for less than you could in a traditional grocery …

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Is prime brisket worth the money? | ABSOLUTELY

Prime brisket is absolutely worth the money. Although more expensive, it can cook faster, has a higher marbling content than choice or select grades, and makes for an amazing after product. Why is Brisket So Expensive? Brisket in general can be a fairly expensive cut of meat simply due to its’ size. Usually, a single …

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Prime Brisket Price? | 4 points to consider

Buying Prime Brisket is an important decision – one that comes with a price tag associated with it. Expect to pay anywhere between $40 to $70 for a reasonably priced prime grade brisket. What your budget and brisket grade is and how it plays into the Brisket Price Buying a brisket is an important process. …

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Do you season the firebox on a smoker? | BBQ DROPOUT INSIGHT

Yes, you will want to season the firebox on a smoker. This will ensure that the metal integrity is sustained. You do NOT want to neglect this as your smoker firebox would begin to rust, and ultimately start eroding the metal.  Do you season the firebox on a smoker? | YOUTUBE VIDEO Do you Season …

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What temp to slice brisket | BBQ DROPOUT’S TECHNIQUE

The temp that you want to slice a brisket at is anywhere between 150-170 degrees internal. Throughout this post, BBQ DROPOUT will discuss 4 different questions a lot of people seem to ask regarding slicing a brisket. What Temp to Slice Brisket After Resting? When you are slicing brisket – Make sure to only slice …

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Pulled pork rest overnight | CAN IT BE DONE?

Rest your pork shoulder overnight by pulling it off the smoker once the internal temperature hits at least 200 degrees, then wrap it in either foil of butcher paper, and place it in a storage container such as a ice chest or warming oven. This will ensure the internal temperature is held stable. Pork Shoulder …

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