Monday, March 24, 2014


served with baked fries, a salad and BBQ sauce

(This is another guest post from my husband.  He made amazing brisket a couple nights ago.  Our house smelled like a steakhouse!)

Growing up, my stepmother made the best brisket I've ever had.  The next time I go home to visit I'm going to see if she'll make it for us.  Jayne and I were in the grocery store a week or so ago, and I saw a 2.5 lbs. brisket, and I just wanted to make it.  I'd never cooked one myself, so this meant doing some research on the internet.  To my delight, it really was pretty simple. 


Brisket (2+ lbs.)
TexJoy (or seasoning)

Rub the brisket all over with TexJoy. 

Place it on a broiler pan, and cover the pan with foil. 

Cook at 250 degrees for an hour per pound.  Remove foil and cook an additional half hour.

Re-wrap brisket in foil, and let it rest outside the oven for 30 minutes.

Carve against the grain.

Happy eating!

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