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Texas Samurai BrisketSword


Dan O'Connor
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1 hour ago, Gerald Boggs said:

Dan, those are some beautiful blades, but I thought Texans considered the brisket a waste product. 

Surely you are joking Mr. Boggs!!! Brisket is king when it comes to bar b que in Texas. If you cannot smoke a brisket to perfection then you must turn in your Texas Man Card. (BTW-I cannot, but I let a designated champion, my son-in-law, submit my man card entries). :)

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23 hours ago, Dan O'Connor said:

Surely you are joking Mr. Boggs!!! Brisket is king when it comes to bar b que in Texas. If you cannot smoke a brisket to perfection then you must turn in your Texas Man Card. (BTW-I cannot, but I let a designated champion, my son-in-law, submit my man card entries). :)

I don't know one way or another,  just a Texan I know, raises cattle, said that when asked about brisket :-)

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nice work, Dan! that's is a great take on a classic. I love it. I used to compete in barbecue contests in Texas. That is perfect style, which is really important.

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