Beef brisket review with pictures.

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Beef brisket review with pictures.

Post by bishopmarine » Wed Sep 01, 2010 10:05 pm

My son and I tried the beef brisket today. It was delicious, but it should be labeled roast beef in gravy, not beef brisket. The meat was real slices of meat, not chopped and formed. The gravy is very good. I guess my only problem with this entree is when you hear beef brisket, you think BBQ. Or at least I do. We are in the process of relocating to a new area. The company I work for is opening a new store in Kentucky and I will be moving soon. I will post more reviews when I can. I have a basement full of new cases ready to tried.
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Re: Beef brisket review with pictures.

Post by Treesuit » Thu Sep 02, 2010 12:38 am

Kind of looks watery and thin to me, :?

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Re: Beef brisket review with pictures.

Post by QMGE81A » Thu Sep 02, 2010 10:56 am

Must say the meat looks a little rubbery in that last picture. Never had the Beef Brisket though, hopefully it's more tender than it looks!

Bishopmarine, what part of Kentucky are you moving to? I'm in the Northern Kentucky / Florence area.

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Re: Beef brisket review with pictures.

Post by mreheater72 » Fri Sep 03, 2010 3:13 pm

What is the green colour in the middle :? ?
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Re: Beef brisket review with pictures.

Post by Cracker » Sun Sep 05, 2010 3:42 am

it is the camera, look at the picture with the kids.. there isn't any green colour on the fullsize :wink:
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Re: Beef brisket review with pictures.

Post by trueoptimist » Tue Sep 07, 2010 6:06 pm

Hey I had the same thing a little while ago only it was in a sopakco 12. It tasted like it had a LOT of smoke flavoring added-- making it very flavorfull but almost overpowering... was it like that for you?

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Re: Beef brisket review with pictures.

Post by bishopmarine » Wed Sep 08, 2010 2:00 pm

Middlesboro Ky is where I will probably be moving. The green tint must be the camera, it was taken with my moto droid. My brisket had no smoke flavoring it was just in gravy. The meat was very tender and good. Just not at all like brisket I have had before.
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Orders given to Communist troops in the Korean War;
shortly afterward, the Marines were ordered
to not wear their khaki leggings.

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