Texas Beef Brisket!

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The barbecue in Texas is all about the pure beef flavour with minimal extra seasonings. I have lightly brined my beef using pickle juice and mustard. The rub is essentially salt and pepper with a touch of sugar to help with the caramelisation of the beef. Like most meats in Texas, post oak is the wood of choice, followed by hickory if you cannot get oak.



  • 1beef brisket
  • 2 cupspickle juice
  • ¼ cup American mustard
  • 2 tbspsalt

Today's Tip : The best indicator to find the most tender brisket is to place it on the sides of your hand and allow it bend on both sides, the one that bends the most will give you the most tender brisket when done. For best results, try to get a brisket with at least a quarter inch of fat on top.

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  • 2 tbspsalt
  • 4 tbspcracked black pepper
  • 2 tbspbrown sugar


  • 4 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
  • 4 tbspfat, drippings from the beef

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