The reason may lie in the actual cut of beef. The brisket is cut from the chest muscle of the cow, a heavily used, and therefore, tough, cut of meat. The grains of the meat runs a different direction in each muscle. To aid in keeping the cutting path in mind, I make a notch in the raw meat see back left corner. Probably the most common packaging method for brisket used for barbecue is the packer-trimmed, cryovac-encased whole brisket. The point portion rests atop the flat at one end on the right in our photo and is fattier, but somewhat more moist because of that fat. I also make note of the way that the grain is running through the meat, as you will want to cut the finished brisket across the grain for nice, thin, tender slices.
The Salt Lick Style Barbecue
The Barktenders - I'm Gonna Try This: Salt Lick Style Barbecue
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The Dizzy Pig's Little Black Recipe Book
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