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Date Posted: 07:49:21 04/07/02 Sun
Author: reg
Author Host/IP: Montreal-ppp47934.qc.sympatico.ca /
Subject: Re: Yet another brisket question
In reply to: RobM 's message, "Yet another brisket question" on 10:29:13 04/06/02 Sat

morning there Rob. i have only done a few briskets myself and they were not brined. in both cooks they were rubbed down well, put on the smoker and basted. i can't see why you could not brine, baste or inject with jalaps that were cooked into a brine. i think its all a matter of your personal taste. reg

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