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brisket

the breast of a four-legged animal
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* Brisket - This smoking classic is a fan favourite - sliced or shredded, can't go wrong here.
The book also includes the oldest brisket recipe, which dates from 1769.
For the brisket: Mix all the dry rub ingredients together and rub into the beef, wrap well in 5 layers of tinfoil and allow to sit in the fridge overnight.
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The BBQ Platter featured pulled pork, chicken, sausage, double order of beef brisket, a full rack of ribs, coleslaw, fries, corn bread, pit beans, hot potato salad, pickles and white bread.
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