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    FNW,

    This oven brisket recipe was great:

    http://board.crossfit.com/showthread.php?t=49343


    With this b-b-q sauce:

    http://www.sonofgrok.com/2009/06/sog-zesty-bbq-zauce/

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    Thanks efmoto. I have everything for the bbq sauce except beef stock, but I made some chicken stock yesterday so I'm sure I could use that (even though it would change the taste a bit).


    Now I have several options for the brisket! YAY! Wonder which one I'll end up making. I still have lots of chicken in the fridge though and don't want to thaw the brisket till the chicken is gone or almost gone... so we'll see when that is.

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    Whichever pork recepie you choose, I highly suggest brining the tenderloin for a few hours before you cook it. It makes it unbelievably juicy.


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    Thx for the info FlyNavyWife, I've never realy heard of her before this thread.


    I myself love a good chunk of roasted and seared fat. My brothers and I used to fight over who got my dad's steak fat strip when we were little,lol.


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    Thansk LPCRoy. Good advice. Brining is an amazing thing to do.


    You're welcome CaveGirl. I definitely love her site. Her recipe section is a huge inspiration to me in my own blogging.

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    My husband makes an awesome corned beef brisket. I'm not sure about the primalness of saltpetre, but it's definitely a project worthy of your time.


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