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CB’s Oven-Barbequed Brisket

It was in New Mexico that I discovered the deliciousness of the brisket dinner. A fellow in the Carlsbad Sheriff’s Posse, which in recent years is a group of volunteers who do cowboy style fundraising dinners. He gave me his … Continue reading

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CB’s Oven-Barbequed Brisket

Brisket 1 8-pound brisket, fully-trimmed and “bendable” McCormick Grill Mates 25% Less Sodium Montreal Steak seasoning 2 1-gallon covered plastic marinating containers (8.5x13x3″type) 1 large baking pan (bottom only of a large roaster works good) Marinade 1 19-ounce bottle Jack … Continue reading

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Ask Cynthia a Question – June 21, 2012

JIM ASKED: Thanks for recommending the trimmed brisket. Do you have a favorite recipe for preparing the brisket? MY ANSWER: Thanks to your request, this week I’ve featured my recipe for brisket on my blog and website. Brisket is made … Continue reading

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Ask Cynthia a Question – June 7, 2012

JIM ASKED: How do I buy a brisket? Should I buy it trimmed or untrimmed? MY ANSWER: Trimmed brisket is what the experts at the Eddy County Sheriff’s Posse recommend purchasing. They are the fine group of volunteers who helped … Continue reading

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