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Unread 01-11-2013, 07:43 PM   #16
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This is the only part that really is more than my normal cook.
  1. Mix the beef paste with the Worcestershire sauce and Maggi Seasoning and spread all over the brisket except the fat cap
  2. Sprinkle the bonito flakes evenly and let the flakes melt into the brisket
  3. Apply the SYD Hot Rub generously enough to cover the exposed meat so you cannot see it any more. There is no need to season the fat cap
  4. Apply the chopped rehydrated ****ake
I hear ya. Too much stuff I'd have to go buy, to just only use one time. Thanks though.
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Absolutely!!! It's BBQ not fine dining. Fire, Meat & Eat. I have tried many different styles of cooking BBQ in the last 30 yrs. the simpler you can keep it the better it is. Want proof Franklins in Austin
I couldn't agree more! All the fancy extras may add a little here or there but Q is all about the meat flavor coming out not covered up.
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Absolutely!!! It's BBQ not fine dining. Fire, Meat & Eat. I have tried many different styles of cooking BBQ in the last 30 yrs. the simpler you can keep it the better it is. Want proof Franklins in Austin
Crap! I may have to try it, now that you said that.

That's like tellin' me not to color outside the lines.

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u·ma·mi

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noun a strong meaty taste imparted by glutamate and certain other amino acids: often considered to be one of the basic taste sensations along with sweet, sour, bitter, and salty.
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Well, I figure I am gonna find out. My wife totally surprised me at XMAS by giving me a BBQ class by Harry Soo on Feb 2 in the Bay Area. Hello..... he never does classes up here. I am so stoked!!!!
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Well, I figure I am gonna find out. My wife totally surprised me at XMAS by giving me a BBQ class by Harry Soo on Feb 2 in the Bay Area. Hello..... he never does classes up here. I am so stoked!!!!
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I've cooked it. Came out great.

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