How do you like your brisket? With these bbq brisket recipes you can serve tasty grilled beef brisket that is melt-in-your-mouth tender. And you don't even need a smoker! These are all grill barbecued and grill smoked brisket recipes.
Cooked at high temperature, brisket can be tough and chewy. But learn how to barbecue brisket on the grill, and you'll end up with meat that's literally falling apart tender.
Extended cooking time melts the fat and breaks down the tough connective tissues in the meat. In addition to making the brisket tender, the melted fat and connective tissue adds a lot of fine flavor to the finished product.
What Is a Brisket?
Whole, packer cut briskets have a layer of fat covering one side. To determine which brisket has less fat, pick each one up and bend them. The more flexible a cold brisket is, the thinner the fat layer.
Learn successful techniques used when grilling briskets over charcoal,
wood, gas heat. And if you have a hankerin' to slow smoke a brisket,
you'll learn about different types of meat smokers and how to use 'em to
smoke perfectly smoked beef briskets. You know...the kind that are
fall-apart tender, with smoke flavor that jumps out and gets ya.
How to Smoke Briskets in Smokers
What Are Burnt Ends?
How to Cut Brisket
This page will be regularly updated with new information that'll help you make the best barbecue beef briskets ever.
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