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1 hour ago, KismetKamado said:

Looks like it was worth the wait. 

 

That breakfast was pretty amazing. Biscuits from a Cook's Illustrated recipe; eggs with plenty of cheddar. I'm going to replicte it tomorrow. :-D

 

1 hour ago, Smoke and Awe said:

It's one thing to cook in snow when you do it all the time, but I'm guessing you don't!  So congratulations on a successful cold cooked brisket for the love of your daughter.  That looks perfect, wow.

 

Thanks, I have a lot of winter cooks under my belt but never this nasty out. Not really any noticeable increase in lump consumption either. The Big Joe just chugged along all night impervious to it's surroundings. I love Kamado cooking!

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What's that white stuff everywhere? But seriously, for some strange reason, something on my family bucket list is a white christmas. I think it must be all the media from that other hemisphere and, until recently, we seemed to insist on having these really heavy roast meals with all the trimmings for Christmas, and it would be 40 C outside!

 

Oh, and to be on topic, I would eat at that restaurant!

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13 minutes ago, AntinOz said:

Oh, and to be on topic, I would eat at that restaurant!

Hey they have fantasy football and baseball leagues, maybe the Gurus need to start making reservations and eating in our fantasy restaurants...just saying.  Reservation for 2 please, Saturday morning at 10, sunny side up eggs with that brisket and biscuits.

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23 hours ago, CentralTexBBQ said:

The planned 29° Brisket cook was postponed due to necessity and has now become a 9°, 7 inches of snow Brisket Cook. 

 

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Reminds me of home.  

Great cook BTW.  Briskets are not easily available here so I haven't cooked one now in 3 years.  I miss it.  

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1 hour ago, K'man said:

Reminds me of home.  

Great cook BTW.  Briskets are not easily available here so I haven't cooked one now in 3 years.  I miss it.  

 

Aw man, no brisket availability? I don't think I could tolerate that. What alternatives do you have when you want to cook large hunks of meat, pork butts?

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5 hours ago, CentralTexBBQ said:

 

Aw man, no brisket availability? I don't think I could tolerate that. What alternatives do you have when you want to cook large hunks of meat, pork butts?

 

Pork butts are not that common here either.  Pork Shoulder and Sirloin Tip.  Honestly as I've aged I'm more into fish and chicken, less red meat.  I know I know I'd get kicked out of Texas but what can I say?????????????:-D

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