Sunday, July 13, 2008






Hi Everybody...I hope you had a GREAT week-end, I sure did!!!!
I had a hankerin for some Beef Brisket today, so I bought a small 4 pounder at $5.99 a pound... You are looking at a 24 Dollar piece of meat!!!!
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Pic 1...My Father's Day present put to good use.
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Pic 2...I borrowed my Brother-in-Law's Weber.
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Pic 3..I Wrapped my Brisket in foil and cooked it indirectly and covered!
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Pic 4...I borrowed the beautiful and talented Lime's recipe' for German Potato Salad..Yes I made a roux, but I did add a orange bell pepper instead of celery..:P
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Pic 5...Ahhh, the finished product. After slow cooking this for 12 hours, it melted in your mouth!
The beautiful and witty Serena Joy suggested I serve it with Horseradish....VOILA!!!!!!
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Thanks for visiting everybody...Have a Great Week!!!
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Peace..!!!

17 comments:

Serena Joy said...

There's only one word to describe your Sunday spread -- yum! And yes, horseradish sounds like the perfect finishing touch. Hope you have leftovers for your lunch tomorrow.:)

smarmoofus said...

Beef brisket that melts in the mouth? *drool* You must've just forgot to mail my invitation. I'm sure the omission wasn't deliberate.

-smarmoofus

KB said...

My invite must have been lost in the mail.

KJ said...

Hi .........

lime said...

sounds delicious! wish i'd been in michigan! glad to hear the spud salad turned out well too. :)

SignGurl said...

Once again, you ate without me :(

javajazz said...

mmm, the food of
yenta's people...
most excellent yummy.
i was wondering how long
a bbq'd brisket might cook for
and here you say 12 hours...
and it didnt burn...!
very amazing!
and mmm potato salad!
i love that cute little
bbq starter...looks like
a charcoal cup of coffee!
ps, in other news,
cool that Strumpie
is back "home"! xo

Akelamalu said...

So glad you had a nice weekend g-man. We ate out yesterday for a change.

I'm off on holiday on Thursday but will be scheduling my 55 to post on Friday. I won't be able to visit others though until I get back. :)

barman said...

Oh my god that looks wonderful. And I love the horseradish suggestion. I never used to like horseradish, now I love it.

Did I miss something. German Potato Salad. I best go see if I can find it on her blog. If not I so want that recipe ... please!!!

Ah, found it. Yum. I am making that for sure, probably tomorrow. That does not sound that hard.

Why is it more often than not I leave your blog hungry?

G-Man said...

Hi Sherry....
Thanks for the suggestion, and it was a great lunch indeed!!xobgxo


Smoofy...?
We eat during daylight hours here :P

My Barby is always open to you KB!

And here she is folks...Miss German Potato Salad of 2008..LIME!!
Thanks Meesh for this Great idea!!

Jenn...
You was at a Birthday Party remember?

Hi JJ...
The brisket was slow cooked, and never put over the fire!!!
About the 'other'..?..Yeah cool

Have a GREAT time Pearl..Thanks

Hi Barman...
Where you been brother?
And let me say this, this is THE best that you have ever tasted..

I'm too tired to post tonight, I'll catch ya all in the morning...
Galen

dickiebo said...

Hey G-Man! I saw this today, and thought that you'd like it! (not).
What is the difference between a Harley and a Hoover ?
The position of the dirt bag.

evalinn said...

That looks delicious!

Mona said...

roux..sounds too sophisticated to be a salad...

cooked for twelve hours??? what was the temperature you had set it on??

Did it taste something like fuller's earth? That also melts in the mouth..

James Goodman, Author said...

oh, man that looks yummy. :D

G-Man said...

Um Dickiebo....?
What exactly are you saying?

Evalinn...
Thanks, I can't wait to see your food blog...G

dickiebo said...

G-Man; I didn't get it either!!! Honest.

Kaknu said...

I'm making a pot roast today. Now I'm wishing I had bought brisket. mmmmm brisket and horseradish. I found a recipe for an awesome horseradish sauce:

1/2 cup finely grated fresh or drained prepared horseradish
1 tablespoon white wine vinegar
1 cup mayonnaise
1 tablespoon snipped fresh chives
1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice
Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper