When smoking the pork loin for the pulled pork, I also smoked a brisket of beef. I used a different technique than the one used in the Recipe Club Newsletter last week. I tried something a little different and used the Apollo Grill to smoke the beef.
Following the advice of a seasoned smoker from my favourite butcher Country Meat Cuts, I set about making a brisket. This recipe called for some careful planning ahead. You need to marinate the meat for at least 24 hours before smoking.
Set up in the pouring rain. This kept the temperature of the day down, which is great for smoking meat.
The pork loin on the lower rack for Pulled Pork
The cat saw the meat as we were setting up. She is plotting to get her paws on some. Certainly better than that canned stuff.
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