Discussion in 'The Thunderdome' started by justingroves, Oct 18, 2018.
"My favorite thing to drink is tomato juice after the game...I had to get me two glasses"
Boy does that sound good. I'd just add some horseradish, lemon, salt/pepper, Worcestershire, pickle/olive juice, sriracha and vodka. Perfect!
Every hour spent smoking brisket is an hour that should’ve been spent smoking pork
I love it all when done well. And the flavors are so different!
Aaron Franklin in Austin changed my opinion on brisket forever.
My dad's dr: you need to drink less alcohol
My dad: so I'm drinking tomato juice and orange juice with vodka
Me: dad, you're still drinking
My dad: no, its vodka. With tomato juice or orange juice
I like your dad.
Pulled pork is king.
If you can't appreciate a good smoked brisket then you need help
Isn’t JQK the one who ate at the Hard Rock when he was in Venice? Not exactly a culinary connoisseur.
This "argument" over which is better, pulled pork or smoked brisket, is why I love the 8th. FTR, I'll take a good brisket over pulled pork.
I’ll take both please.., with cornbread and beans on the side...
As would anyone with an IQ higher than Lyle Jones.
I used to prefer pulled pork until spending time in Austin. With pulled pork it is all about the sauce. With brisket it is all about the meat.
I will say that my tastes are based on never having tried a lot of brisket. Perhaps my view would.change of I had some of this ambrosia others are talking about. I just don't travel enough to experience these things.
Any quality brisket in Knoxville?
Depends on how much fat the brisket has. But hard to beat a plate of pork nachos with cheese sauce, bbq sauce, cheese and jalapenos. Or a pulled pork pizza, which is hard to find.
That’s an excellent way to put it.
As for Knoxville brisket, I haven’t lived there in about 13 years but I never had any brisket in Knoxville that I’d bother eating again.
Anyone can smoke pulled pork.
You have to know what the hell you're doing with brisket.
Parli di cui tu non sai niente
That’s a win for all of us
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