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Brisket and homemade sausage for the father-in-laws birthday #8150369 01/31/21 10:24 PM
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First time injecting a brisket. I’ve always been told it doesn’t make a huge difference. Well it did on this one. I regret not trying this years ago. Man that flavor was awesome. Sausage is my Chili Rellenos Sausage. Roasted poblanos and Colby jack cheese mixed in with all the brisket trimmings.

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Everything looks great! Diggin' that sausage.

In my 20's I used to do all kinds of things with brisket, my favorite then was to stuff and inject briskets. Then let them marinate for 24-48 hrs before they hit the pit. It was different, but everyone liked it. With the smoked sausage/onions/bell peppers/garlic/jalapenos/butter & seasoning steaming on the inside, injected meat, and slow smoked they were always stupid tender & full of flavor. I just eventually went back to the old school traditional method later in life. If you like it, that's all that matters!

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Originally Posted by skinnerback
Everything looks great! Diggin' that sausage.

In my 20's I used to do all kinds of things with brisket, my favorite then was to stuff and inject briskets. Then let them marinate for 24-48 hrs before they hit the pit. It was different, but everyone liked it. With the smoked sausage/onions/bell peppers/garlic/jalapenos/butter & seasoning steaming on the inside, injected meat, and slow smoked they were always stupid tender & full of flavor. I just eventually went back to the old school traditional method later in life. If you like it, that's all that matters!


I wish the prices were the same for brisket as they were when we were in our 20’s. That’s why we did all different things with them. Same thing goes for cabrito. I cooked a lot of them when they were $30 on the hoof.

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Everything looks great! Diggin' that sausage.

In my 20's I used to do all kinds of things with brisket, my favorite then was to stuff and inject briskets. Then let them marinate for 24-48 hrs before they hit the pit. It was different, but everyone liked it. With the smoked sausage/onions/bell peppers/garlic/jalapenos/butter & seasoning steaming on the inside, injected meat, and slow smoked they were always stupid tender & full of flavor. I just eventually went back to the old school traditional method later in life. If you like it, that's all that matters!


I wish the prices were the same for brisket as they were when we were in our 20’s. That’s why we did all different things with them. Same thing goes for cabrito. I cooked a lot of them when they were $30 on the hoof.



That ain't no lie! Geez they sure are a lot more expensive these days. If they were this expensive back then, I don't think I ever would have bought one except for maybe special occasions. Yes Sir, same for cabritos. A buddy & I raised cabritos in the early 90's, we sold them for $20 (Beeville/Refugio area). When we raised the price to $25 we caught all kinds of grief LOL.

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Man that’s fantastic

Re: Brisket and homemade sausage for the father-in-laws birthday [Re: Thisisbeer] #8150659 02/01/21 01:58 AM
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That is two things of beauty!! cheers

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That looks delicious!


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Originally Posted by skinnerback
Everything looks great! Diggin' that sausage.

In my 20's I used to do all kinds of things with brisket, my favorite then was to stuff and inject briskets.


Hearing yo nasty as tall that way about food makes me not want to eat it. First farm animals, now raw pieces of meat

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Originally Posted by Thisisbeer
First time injecting a brisket. I’ve always been told it doesn’t make a huge difference. Well it did on this one. I regret not trying this years ago. Man that flavor was awesome. Sausage is my Chili Rellenos Sausage. Roasted poblanos and Colby jack cheese mixed in with all the brisket trimmings.

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Looks beautiful; what did you inject it with? I've done lots chickens and roasts, but never a brisket.

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I injected with 3 cups of water and 1 cup of Kosmos seasoning.

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Man that’s fantastic

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Originally Posted by BigPig
Originally Posted by skinnerback
Everything looks great! Diggin' that sausage.

In my 20's I used to do all kinds of things with brisket, my favorite then was to stuff and inject briskets.


Hearing yo nasty as tall that way about food makes me not want to eat it. First farm animals, now raw pieces of meat




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