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This is an ... a boat shape. Bake in a preheated ... season with salt, pepper and chicken fat or butter to taste, mixing well. Use as a filling for above.
OR OR OR 1. If using cuts of meat, sprinkle salt and pepper all over pork and beef. Place large pot over medium-high heat; when hot, add olive oil ...
Place heavy duty ... to "wrap" the brisket so that no ... the brisket. One 5-6 pound beef brisket (plain, ... totally enclosed, and bake for 2 hours ... Kaiser or hamburger buns.
Combine last 5 ingredients, pour over ... covered pan and bake at 300 degrees for 3 hours for 4 pounds and 4 hours ... the marinade over brisket. Increase the ... for another hour (uncovered).
Cover both sides ... with drugstore fold. Bake 250 degrees for ... 1 hour per pound. Remove from ... TIGHTLY covered during the long baking at 250 degrees.
Marinate beef brisket (Claude's Barbeque Brisket ... of sauce per pound of meat. After ... per pound at 350 degrees. Uncover last 1/2 hour to let brown.
Sprinkle brisket (both sides) generously ... (1 ounce per pound of meat). Wrap ... overnight to marinate. Bake at 300 degrees ... at 350 degrees. Excellent!
Combine ingredients, pour over meat and marinate overnight. Bake in liquid for 4 hours for 4 pounds or 5 hours for 5 ... barbecue sauce over brisket and increase oven temperature to 350 degrees.
For 7 1/2 pound and over brisket, use 1/2 ... cover tightly and bake 8 hours at ... Pour over brisket. This is excellent for parties served with cole slaw!
Sprinkle brisket with above ingredients. Bake at 450 degrees ... ranging from 3 pounds to 10 pounds ... Bouquet's recipe for making gravy from the drippings.
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