Beef Brisket Ceasar Salad, pics

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2010/10/17 12:01:07 (permalink)

Beef Brisket Ceasar Salad, pics


 

There is more dressing underneath the beef...my version of healthfood except for the fried Parmesean, garlic, toast
 
post edited by chewingthefat - 2010/10/17 12:09:34
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    1bbqboy
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    Re:Beef Brisket Ceasar Salad, pics 2010/10/17 12:15:49 (permalink)
    You keep putting Brisket in non traditional roles.
    Do folks back there not cotton to the idea of BBQ'd Brisket, the way God intended for it to be made?
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    chewingthefat
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    Re:Beef Brisket Ceasar Salad, pics 2010/10/17 12:29:00 (permalink)
    bill voss

    You keep putting Brisket in non traditional roles.
    Do folks back there not cotton to the idea of BBQ'd Brisket, the way God intended for it to be made?


    Actually I wasn't aware of specific guidelines for serving Brisket, my feeling is if it works, serve it, it's no different than a steak salad, people on health kicks usually order it. A dollar says you'd like it Bill!
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    Re:Beef Brisket Ceasar Salad, pics 2010/10/17 12:48:03 (permalink)
    Oh, I didn't say I wouldn't like it, just wondering if folks there don't consider it as a part of BBQ.
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    Re:Beef Brisket Ceasar Salad, pics 2010/10/17 13:36:24 (permalink)
    Hey CTF, How would it be if you put the Caesar salad on a larger plate and fanned the beef so you could see the salad better, it may also be easier to eat. ........................Great job buddy.........
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    Re:Beef Brisket Ceasar Salad, pics 2010/10/17 13:42:04 (permalink)
    I'll take it as is, no need for a dollar.   
     
    Question: Did you make the dressing, too?
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    Re:Beef Brisket Ceasar Salad, pics 2010/10/17 14:28:14 (permalink)
    Nice although I'd like the brisket cut into smaller pieces. That's just nit picking though.
     
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    Re:Beef Brisket Ceasar Salad, pics 2010/10/17 14:54:15 (permalink)
    bill voss

    Oh, I didn't say I wouldn't like it, just wondering if folks there don't consider it as a part of BBQ.


    Actually I don't really know, no one has ever said anything, since this isn't Lockhart,Texas, folks are happy to get good brisket any way they can, I suppose.
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    chewingthefat
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    Re:Beef Brisket Ceasar Salad, pics 2010/10/17 14:59:40 (permalink)
    MellowRoast

    I'll take it as is, no need for a dollar.   

    Question: Did you make the dressing, too?


    No I don't, I would, but the shelf life is so short on homemade Ceasar salad dressing, due to the raw eggs I use for family dinner Ceasar salad dressing, I use a "Ken's"Ceasar, has the chemicals to preserve, and kill us I guess, but it really does taste good!
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    Re:Beef Brisket Ceasar Salad, pics 2010/10/17 15:15:28 (permalink)
    bill voss

    You keep putting Brisket in non traditional roles.
    Do folks back there not cotton to the idea of BBQ'd Brisket, the way God intended for it to be made?


    Are you suggesting that God doesn't intend for people to eat corned beef with cabbage, or the baked brisket commonly served at a Seder?
    post edited by Michael Hoffman - 2010/10/17 15:17:11
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    Re:Beef Brisket Ceasar Salad, pics 2010/10/17 17:07:12 (permalink)
    I must have been working at the hands of the   I have been making out my own menu,  I intend to keep on doing so, it's work for the last 30 years.........................
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    Re:Beef Brisket Ceasar Salad, pics 2010/10/17 19:29:58 (permalink)
    bill voss

    You keep putting Brisket in non traditional roles.
    Do folks back there not cotton to the idea of BBQ'd Brisket, the way God intended for it to be made?

     
    I live in Texas and God knows how much I love great smoked BBQ brisket. But, are you trying to tell me me God wouldn't approve of my late mom's Russian/Jewish braised (for hours) pot roasted brisket that melts in your mouth?
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    Re:Beef Brisket Ceasar Salad, pics 2010/10/17 19:37:32 (permalink)
    Hell, chewingthefat. I'd give YOU a dollar for it! And, If it's not supposed to be BBQ, why do I see a smoke ring?
     
    I'd like my meat separate from the salad, please. BTW, it Looks YUMMY!
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    1bbqboy
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    Re:Beef Brisket Ceasar Salad, pics 2010/10/17 22:07:33 (permalink)
    Yes, God would approve of Corned Beef and Pastrami, and a good Jewish Brisket is always a religious experience,
    but God hisself is an indirect hickory smoke and rub with the Devil's sauces kind of guy. You don't think he keeps the Devil around just for fun, do ya?
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