It’s Friday night so Brisket is on the menu. However, Sunday is #NationalBrisketDay, so I thought it was the perfect time to share my recipe.
As I said in my instagram post on 5/25, if you ask 10 Jewish moms for their brisket recipe you will probably get 10 variations on the same recipe. Pose the same question to BBQ Pitmasters and the same will happen. The bottom line is that whether you are barbecuing your brisket, smoking it or cooking it in the oven; you must leave it alone and keep it sealed in whatever vessel you are using to cook it.
There are so many family traditions to cooking brisket and many other recipes. What is the recipe your family holds dear?