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brisket

the breast of a four-legged animal
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If so, one of the more challenging staples when smoking and barbecuing beef is brisket, a cut of meat that even the most seasoned cooks are continuously striving to perfect.
Beef brisket is most often a boneless cut of meat from the cattle breast or lower chest of the animal.
A franchise from the United States, it specializes in ribs and beef briskets.
Sadler's Smokehouse Briskets are available at McDade's Markets, Kroger, and Wal-Mart.
In response to those consumers who enjoy the taste of home-cooked entrees without spending the time necessary to do it themselves, Owens Country Sausage has introduced Owens Fully Cooked Sliced Brisket.
The price of Australian brisket has soared 61% since December as Japanese buyers are snapping up the product for use in ''gyudon'' beef bowl dishes, industry body Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA) said Friday.
And except in the case of the braised brisket, pretrimming did not compromise flavor, juiciness or tenderness.
New Jim Beam Chopped Barbecue Brisket Tops-Off Ready-to-Serve Gourmet Barbecue Category for Foodservice
Traditionally, the beef brisket is the cut of meat selected for corning.
The brisket can be cut into pieces and frozen in your freezer.
Shoppers will pay more for that kosher brisket on the table this Passover in the wake of a fire that destroyed the nation's biggest kosher slaughterhouse.
Baked long and slow, beef brisket melts to succulence