One minor detail

Boy, some brisket cooking folks (“Grill using medium heat for 1 to ½ hours per pound.”) are gonna be real pissed off at Kroger when they figure out this week’s game is at noon instead of 7:30 PM. Maybe the “Ragin” in Ragin Cajun Beef Brisket refers to how the chef will feel when his tailgating buddies abandon him to head to Sanford Stadium.  Tasty!

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21 responses to “One minor detail

  1. DawgPhan

    7:30pm on friday is when you would start cooking a brisket for a noon kick off.

    brisket biscuits with tomato for brunch.

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  2. PTC DAWG

    Just get a bucket of chicken and some cold drinks…worked just fine back in the day.

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  3. Red Cup

    For the first time ever, in over 36 years, I got a bag of krystals last Saturday for the tailgate to go with our Popeyes fried chicken. I will be doing that from now on until the winning stops.

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  4. Hogbody Spradlin

    Plan B: put it in a crock pot overnight Friday, little spice, little heavy ale in there, and voila, corned beef for your tailgate Saturday morning.

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  5. charlottedawg

    -start at 6pm Friday
    -forget the 4-5 pound “fresh brisket” i assume this is a flat and use a whole 12-14 pound packer
    -throw it in your smoker overnight. I know big green eggs are the ultimate grilling status symbol in Georgia this is a good use for it
    -sleep
    -wrap the next morning when done in foil. Then wrap in a towel and throw it in a cooler to take to the game.
    – slice across the grain and serve at tailgate

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    • Sh3rl0ck

      Start Thursday night anytime you like
      Season and sous-vide cook that brisket for a day and half at 155 degrees. You will probably have to cut the brisket in two pieces unless you have a huge ziplock bag.
      When leaving, leave the brisket in the bag, wrap with a towel and stick it in a cooler.
      When you get to the tailgate, use indirect heat on a 275-300 degree grill, with plenty of oak chunks, until you get the bark consistency you want. Should take about 3 hours.

      Anova Culinary has a pre-Thanksgiving sale going on for their bluetooth immersion cooker. Only $99 with the following code: anova2-87e9debs

      https://anovaculinary.com/anova-precision-cooker/

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      • Interesting.

        Maybe I need to do another GTP holiday gift guide post this year.

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        • Sh3rl0ck

          I have the WiFi model ($169), and it is fantastic. I use this container and lid:
          https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01FVNI6WO/?th=1

          I can control it from anywhere with my phone. It sits on the counter in the container full of water. If I decide I want to sous-vide something. for dinner, I can turn it on while I am at work so that it is ready when I get home. The real kicker is for large cuts of meat. Using your grill / smoker just for flavor instead of cooking leads to a superior product with more moisture retention without all of the fuss of watching to smoker for 18 hours.

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  6. This is what happens when you put editorial and shopper marketing decisions in the hands of people who either don’t care about football or don’t enough to make a final copywriting check before it launches.

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  7. Alcohalic Genius

    Poached salmon with creamy dill sauce after the game, man.

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